Anyone who has kids knows that summertime can be a logistical nightmare. School is out and if you are a working parent, you need to figure out how to keep the kiddos busy all summer. Piecing together summer camps, sports and lessons cannot only get expensive, but it can also wear on your sanity if you are the only parent handling the transportation.
If you do not have an underlying custody agreement but you share a child with someone with whom you are not in a relationship, it can be difficult to both schedule and pay for your child’s camps and activities. That is why it is imperative to have a thorough custody agreement that sets for the division of expenses between both parents and also a specific parenting plan that requires the parent exercising his or her time to bring the child to his or her activities/camps/lessons/etc.
That equation often becomes even more difficult in co-parenting situations. If you are already divorced and have an underlying agreement but you have not addressed these types of concerns, it may be time to modify your underlying agreement so that you can have smooth sailing going forward during summer break. Consider consulting with an attorney to see what options you may have.
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