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Can you prevent the non-custodial parent keeping the kids for 6 weeks during the summer?

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2015-07-15 21:41:10
2015-07-15 21:41:10

You can prevent the other parent from see the kids.First of all How old are they? If they are 12 or close, they probably can decide through mediation if they want to see the non-custodial parent. You have to take him to court and change the current orders. You will be given a mediation date first. If you are low-income, the court will pay for this, or parcial. I would do this before summer. Bring proof if you have it on the last 5 years. Does he pick them up every other weekend? Is he a fit parent? You can e-mail me personally, I will answer any questios you have. Toni

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