I would think is okay.spencerian wrote:Anyway, he recommended that whatever the XMIL asked for was fine.
They now get the 4th weekend every month.
9 days of vacation time with the kids.
This seems okay too.spencerian wrote:One day (the 26th, or the 23rd) to spend Christmas with the kids.
So the judge said that every year they can have the 23rd or the 26th but also get the 25th in 2015, 2016 and 2017? Do you lose the entire day or just a few hours?spencerian wrote:I will lose Christmas in 2015, 2016, and Christmas eve in 2017.
My parenting plan alternates years. I don't see how the judge gave the grandparent every memorial day every year.spencerian wrote:My issue is I LOSE every Memorial Day weekend.
I wouldn't worry about only getting one weekend a month. However, what exactly does the order say? Perhaps if your ex pops back up her time now takes place of the XMIL? There's no reason for the XMIL to have her own time, your ex have her own time, you have your own time, your parents have their own time......get the point?spencerian wrote:NJ hasn't seen the kids in 20 months. But she still has the option.
What happens when she pops up and wants that < parenting time > again?
Will she give up HER weekends to XMIL? Seriously?
That also means I would get one weekend a month.
If the lawyer was truthful, he's probably seen stuff like this and was just giving his honest opinion. If he was honest, at least he didn't take your money to file an appeal knowing you probably wouldn't win.spencerian wrote:I consulted a lawyer after getting the ruling, and he said there is very little I can do, or that he can do for me.
jumbledone wrote:If there is a < parenting time > (how else to describe grandparents) given, there should be a schedule, including holidays (since you have noted that Grandmama gets Christmas).
jumbledone wrote:Generally the holidays overrule normal < parenting time >. So, is Memorial Day spelled out? If not, why? If it is, and if falls on their weekend, and it is your year, too bad, so sad for Grandmama.
jumbledone wrote:I am sure you covered this elsewhere, but why is it a bad idea for XMIL to have kids? They should have some contact with that side of the family.
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