Loveland, CO asked in Family Law for Colorado

Q: My parenting plan was set so my son would have to go stay with his mom in Florida for the summer. We live in Colorado

She has since moved back to Colorado, am I still required to send him to her house For the whole summer even tho it was specified about exercising her time in Florida. She is refusing to communicate about a new plan even tho she already agreed to a new plan (over text) when she first arrived.i allowed her time to see him during the school year even tho that’s my time with him. Now that summer is coming she is changing her mind so I can’t see him this summer.

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Sabra M. Janko
Sabra M. Janko
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  • Colorado Springs, CO
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A: It sounds like you need a modification to the parenting plan based on the move. Given that the intent was that Mother should have summer parenting time, you should allow her the time even though she has relocated closer. You can file a motion to modify parenting time to get the ball rolling if she will not agree with you.

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