Q: I have been divorced for 2 years. Over those 2 years my ex husband and I have dissagreed over vacation time. Our periods
Of placement order says we both get 2 non-consecutive weeks of vacation a year with 30 days notice to the other parent. My ex husband has been trying to bully, harrass and twist the meaning of this. He has tried to piggyback the vaca time onto his regular periods of placement to make vacation time longer then a week. He has also tried to just use it as vacation days turning two weeks of vacation time into a possible 7 weeks by taking two vacation days in a week his regular periods of placement is tues, wed, fri, sat and sunday. I have not allowed him to do this because the order says plain and simple 2 non-consecutive weeks of vacation. Not 2 non-consecutive weeks excluding regular placement days or 14 vacation days. He is now taking me back to court to enforce placement and i can not afford an attorney. I have always given him the children when it is his time to have them other then the vacation issue. what can I do if I cant afford an attorney and am I wrong about vacation time?
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