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Old 10-08-2019, 06:15 PM
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You can’t file a motion to get your ex to take them to school.

You can use your agreement though depending on the wording. Which begs the question...what does your agreement say about vacation time? Most say something along the lines of two weeks non consecutive during the summer, a split of March Break and christmas and then every other year for other holidays. Some go even farther to say something to the extent of “and any other dates agreed upon by the parties taking into consideration school” etc.

Therefore...if your ex asks for a week of vacation during the school year, you could ask for proof of the vacation he has booked and then only agree to the dates upon receiving proof of the trip. That avoids him taking them out of school as it is summer vacation.

If you don’t have that in your agreement, you could try to negotiate making the change since the kids are now in school and their holiday time is different than when they were non school kids.

Otherwise you are SOL.
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