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Q: Divorce irder states that parties get 2 non consecutive weeks summer vacation. I am the custodial parent and if i am planning on going out of statr should i let the non custodial father know about the plans. According to the decree, i have to let the father know with the summer vacation date by May 20th of each year. If i tell the father the weeks that i want with the child, would that be substantial or do i need to let the father know about my vacation plans with the kids. Can i go on a summer vacation out of state without letting other parent know.

A: David’s Answer: If the order doesn’t specifically state that you must tell the other parent about travel out-of-state, then technically you don’t have to. That said, if you’d want the other parent to tell you if he was traveling with the kids out-of-state, then you should do so likewise (otherwise, you can’t really complain about it later if he fails to inform you of such plans). Schedule a consult with a NYC Child Custody attorney for more info. David Bliven, Bronx Child Custody attorney (www.blivenlaw.net)

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