Saturday, May 30, 2015
This post is a follow up to my previous post about designating summer possession. Summer camps are often a hot button issue for co-parents who are struggling to get along or who are very territorial about "their" time with the kids in the summer. As most parents know, premium camps require registration earlier in the year - January, February, March which is earlier than the standard language in most divorce decrees or final orders in which the noncustodial parent must designate his/her extended summer possession by April 1st. If the noncustodial parent fails to designate at all, then the default is typically July 1 - 31st for the noncustodial parent. Prime camp time. This creates pressure on the custodial parent (and the children who enjoy camps) to assume the risk of that the noncustodial parent will designate (or default to July 1-31) his/her time to be DURING the camp time and the ultimate disappointment of the children if they cannot attend. This disappointment could also be misdirected at the noncustodial parent who is simply following the court order. The wiser course of action is begin talking about camps as early as possible, maybe even a year ahead of time so that that everyone is happy in the summer.
at May 30, 2015
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