Divorced Parents Should Have a Plan for Summer Travel to Avoid Conflicts

Rebecca Palmer published an article in Attorney at Law Magazine on 7/25. Her guest column discusses the challenges and considerations of divorced parents regarding travel with their children during the summer months. The article details how the terms in a divorce agreement must be taken into account, communication should be consistent to avoid friction, and both parents must be flexible and understand the child’s and the other parent’s preferences.

“Being flexible and understanding while navigating your shared time with your child is key to decreasing frustration,” writes Rebecca Palmer. “Even if you do not have the best relationship with your ex, trust that they have the child’s best interest in mind when these snafus pop up… This attitude will help maintain a harmonious co-parenting relationship that will benefit your child’s summer fun.”

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