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    Mimik2004 is offline Junior Member
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    Question Extended Summer Possesion

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    Joint Conservators of a child but child primarily lives with the mother and father has standard visitation rights. 1st, 3rd and 5th wknds per month. Looking for a better explanation of the Extended Summer Possesion.
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    2) Summer.

    (A) If the possessory conservator gives the managing conservator written notice by April 1 of each year specifying an extended period or periods of summer possession, the possessory conservator shall have possession of the child for thirty (30) days beginning not earlier than the day after the child's school is dismissed for the summer vacation and ending not later than seven (7) days before school resumes at the end of the summer vacation, to be exercised in not more than two (2) separate periods of at least seven (7) consecutive days each, and which periods start and end at 6 p.m. on each applicable day.

    (B) If the possessory conservator does not give the managing conservator written notice by April 1 of each year specifying an extended period or periods of summer possession, the possessory conservator shall have possession of the child for thirty (30) consecutive days beginning at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on July 1 and ending at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on July 31.

    (C) If the managing conservator gives the possessory conservator written notice by June 1 of each year, the managing conservator shall have possession of the child on any one weekend beginning Friday at 6:00 o'clock p.m. and ending at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on the following Sunday during any one period of possession by the possessory conservator under Subdivisions (b)(1) or (b)(2), provided that the managing conservator picks up the child from the possessory conservator and returns the child to that same place.

    (D) If the managing conservator gives the possessory conservator written notice by April 15 of each year or gives the possessory conservator 14 days' written notice on or after April 16 of each year, the managing conservator may designate one weekend beginning not earlier than the day after the child's school is dismissed for the summer vacation and ending not later than seven (7) days before school resumes at the end of the summer vacation, during which an otherwise scheduled weekend period of possession by the possessory conservator will not take place, provided that the weekend so designated does not interfere with the possessory conservator's period or periods of extended summer possession or with Father's Day weekend if the possessory conservator is the father of the child.
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    (e) Summer.

    (1) If the possessory conservator gives the managing conservator written notice by April 1 of each year specifying an extended period or periods of summer possession, the possessory conservator shall have possession of the child for 42 days beginning not earlier than the day after the child's school is dismissed for the summer vacation and ending not later than seven (7) days before school resumes at the end of the summer vacation, to be exercised in not more than two (2) separate periods of at least seven (7) consecutive days each.

    (2) If the possessory conservator does not give the managing conservator written notice by April 1 of each year specifying an extended period or periods of summer possession, the possessory conservator shall have possession of the child for 42 consecutive days beginning at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on June 15 and ending at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on July 27.

    (3) If the managing conservator gives the possessory conservator written notice by April 15 of each year, the managing conservator shall have possession of the child on any one weekend beginning Friday at 6:00 o'clock p.m. and ending at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on the following Sunday during any one period of possession by the possessory conservator under Subdivisions (5)(a) or (5)(b), provided that if a period of possession by the possessory conservator exceeds thirty (30) days, the managing conservator may have possession of the child under the terms of this subdivision on any two (2) nonconsecutive weekends during that time period, and further provided that the managing conservator picks up the child from the possessory conservator and returns the child to that same place.

    If the managing conservator gives the possessory conservator written notice by April 15 of each year, the managing conservator may designate 21 days beginning not earlier than the day after the child's school is dismissed for the summer vacation and ending not later than seven (7) days before school resumes at the end of the summer vacation, to be exercised in not more than two (2) separate periods of at least seven (7) consecutive days each, during which the possessory conservator may not have possession of the child, provided that the period or periods so designated do not interfere with the possessory conservator's period or periods of extended summer possession or with Father's Day weekend if the possessory conservator is the father of the child.
    So, what's the problem?
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    Question Extende Summer Possesion

    If I am understanding this correct, since the mileage distance is less than 100 miles and Std summer visitation is the plan for 2010, the child may be picked up at 6pm on July 1st and returned on July 31st by 6pm. The Parent without the summer posssion, in this case the Mom, may submit in writing by April 15th the one wknd that she would want a wknd visitation beginning on a Friday evening at 6pm and returning the child at 6pm on the following Sunday. Mom is stating she gets two wknds, her choice, out of the std 30 day summer possesion with the dad. She said this would be considered her extended possession and that she will take an additional wknd if the Dad does not allow her to have two wknds out of the 30 day period. Is this your consenses of the verbiage? IF an extended possession had been submitted in writing, by April 1st, the Mom would then be entitle to 2 non consectutive wknds, her choice.
    Do I have this correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimik2004 View Post
    If I am understanding this correct, since the mileage distance is less than 100 miles and Std summer visitation is the plan for 2010, the child may be picked up at 6pm on July 1st and returned on July 31st by 6pm. The Parent without the summer posssion, in this case the Mom, may submit in writing by April 15th the one wknd that she would want a wknd visitation beginning on a Friday evening at 6pm and returning the child at 6pm on the following Sunday. Mom is stating she gets two wknds, her choice, out of the std 30 day summer possesion with the dad. She said this would be considered her extended possession and that she will take an additional wknd if the Dad does not allow her to have two wknds out of the 30 day period. Is this your consenses of the verbiage? IF an extended possession had been submitted in writing, by April 1st, the Mom would then be entitle to 2 non consectutive wknds, her choice.
    Do I have this correct?
    She gets ONE weekend during dad's month of July and she gets another one of dad's weekends, during the rest of the summer, in order to allow her to have an extended period of time with the child as well, to vacation or whatever.

    Mom apparently wants two of the weekends during dad's extended summer time, and wants to exchange her other weekend for that. That's up to dad to agree to, or not.
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    Extended Summer Possession - So unfair

    FoFor the Mom to get One wknd out of the month of July summer possession and then gets to steal another wknd of the Summer to have extended makes no sense. She already has the Month of June and Aug with the exception of the normal 1st, 3rd and 5th wknds. The Dad also loses the Thurs visits from 6-8 each week since it is not regular school term. Who designs the unfairness to these DAD's and Kids? Don't tell me it is the papers that was agreed upon. The Draft Decree and Final were so different and this D drug out so long and so painful due the the Mom's control factor that the terminology in the papers contradict itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimik2004 View Post
    FoFor the Mom to get One wknd out of the month of July summer possession and then gets to steal another wknd of the Summer to have extended makes no sense. She already has the Month of June and Aug with the exception of the normal 1st, 3rd and 5th wknds. The Dad also loses the Thurs visits from 6-8 each week since it is not regular school term. Who designs the unfairness to these DAD's and Kids? Don't tell me it is the papers that was agreed upon. The Draft Decree and Final were so different and this D drug out so long and so painful due the the Mom's control factor that the terminology in the papers contradict itself.
    FA is a legal site. Answer: It's in the paperwork that was agreed upon by Dad and Mom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimik2004 View Post
    FoFor the Mom to get One wknd out of the month of July summer possession and then gets to steal another wknd of the Summer to have extended makes no sense. She already has the Month of June and Aug with the exception of the normal 1st, 3rd and 5th wknds. The Dad also loses the Thurs visits from 6-8 each week since it is not regular school term. Who designs the unfairness to these DAD's and Kids? Don't tell me it is the papers that was agreed upon. The Draft Decree and Final were so different and this D drug out so long and so painful due the the Mom's control factor that the terminology in the papers contradict itself.
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