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2008-09-13 17:59:38
2008-09-13 17:59:38

This depends upon the law in your state. In my state it is allowed unless the divorce decree prohibits it (rare). Otherwise, a noncustodial parent would be stuck vacationing in the same state for many years. I would notify the other parent in writing as early as possible prior to the vacation, if possible, and keep a copy of the email or letter you send.

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