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Nov 29, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

The non-custodial parent cannot make their scheduled weekend parenting time due to last-minute complications.

Who is responsible for the children if the custodial parent has made plans to be out of town during the weekend the non-custodial parent is now unable to exercise scheduled visitation?


Nov 01, 2013

colorado springs divorce lawyer Stephanie RikemanQuestion:

I am in the midst of a custody battle, though I have temporary sole custody of my children.

I have a lot of upcoming business travel that I cannot cancel, so I am wondering if I can assign power of attorney or temporary custody to my mother who is currently living with my children and I?

That would keep them in the same custodial environment and hopefully not hurt my chances of keeping custody.


Aug 16, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

I am strongly considering discontinuing practicing right of first refusal because of how difficult and contentious our regular parenting time negotiations can get.

My ex always wants to move her parenting time and set up a type of parenting time trade that would wind up being inconvenient to me. We do not have an official right of first refusal clause in our custody order, but we’ve always tried to make it work.

It’s becoming so frustrating that I feel all I can do is abide by the court ordered schedule and not involve a right of first refusal option.

Am I wrong on this?


Jul 01, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My custody schedule has a right of first refusal clause that my ex-wife exercises almost every time I have to work, though she never lets me use the clause when she is busy.

Per our parenting time schedule, I have the kids every other weekend and every Tuesday night to Wednesday, but since I work Wednesdays she always takes the kids even though I have daycare arranged.

It's not fair that she always gets to use the first right of refusal, but I never get to. What can I do?


May 28, 2013

Illinois FathersBy Illinois Fathers

In an historic move, Illinois unanimously passed the ‘Right of First Refusal’ on May 22 (HB2992, 98th Session).

Illinois becomes the first state to explicitly call for consideration of the ‘Right of First Refusal’ in a parenting plan or court order. 

It will be added as Section 602.3 to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act. The bill is currently on the governor’s desk for his expected signature. 

‘Right of First Refusal’ is a guarantee that anytime a parent needs someone to watch the children, they must ask the other parent first. This gives a parent the opportunity to watch the children when the other parent has them.


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