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Child CustodyVisitationAs summer begins, visitation issues heat up.

May 26, 2006

Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of summer. But, from a family law attorney’s perspective, summer began a long time ago.

Some time before they purchase the sun screen, parents need  to make arrangements to plan for their children’s school vacation, summer camp and extended vacations away from home. However when the parents divorce and get to spend only a part of the summer with their kids, things can heat up real fast.

In order to facilitate a peaceful  summer, divorced parents will need to cooperate with each other. Unfortunately, as the temperature rises, so does the acrimony as the parents fight over who will be with the children for the month of July and who will be with the children in August.   If the parents cannot cooperate, rather than having fun under the sun with their children, they will spend the summer in a courtroom with their lawyers and a judge.

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