Whitefield, NH asked in Family Law for New Hampshire

Q: Our parenting plan is from 2013, daughter is now 9. How likely am I to get overnight time during the week?

Our old parenting plan is from 2013, however for the last 5 yrs or so we have followed an every other weekend schedule, to taking her during the week as well. My daughter has voiced she wants to spend more time on the weekend with us because her mom is now not letting me have her at all during the week. I asked for 3 weekends a month because of such and she claims that isn't fair becauase she works during the week and her only time off is the weekend to spend time with her kids. (She shares 2 others with an ex husband) She wont give me any week time but thinks I should only continue every other weekend because it isnt fair for her to lose weekend time. We live 20 seconds away from eachother in the same school district. I asked to do 1 week on 1 off but she refuses that too.

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Joseph Caulfield
Joseph Caulfield
  • Lyndeborough, NH
  • Licensed in New Hampshire

A: Your case sounds excellent to me.

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