You are probably aware the planning for your summer vacation trip now can help you to avoid some of the last minute stress that comes with putting things off to the last second. When you have a child custody for one or more of your children, early planning can help you to work through any potential problems now so that you can enjoy your summer months.
We know that you might have some questions and concerns about what the child custody order requires for the summer months. Looking at the order today can give you the basis for determining what you are going to do when your child isn’t in school.
One thing that you need to start planning right away is how your child will be cared for during the summer. Older children might be able to stay home alone, but this isn’t possible for younger children. This means that you may need to find child care or a daycare program to care for your child.
Another thing for you to consider is what you are going to do on vacation. If you are planning a trip, now is the time to try to iron out the details. This is especially true if your child custody order requires that you inform the other parent about what is going on.
We know that you might not want to have any issues when you are making plans for the summer. Even though we can’t take that stress away, we can help you to ensure that you understand your child custody order and that you have the orders necessary to ensure your child’s best interests are met.