Diane and Rick answer a question about what to do when the court-ordered parenting plan is vague, unclear, and doesn't account for practical situations -- especially when your co-parent likes to be the parenting plan police! Chris from Ohio says his plan states he cannot leave the state without informing his co-parent. But he lives only a few miles from the state line, and his ex filed a contempt against him when he took the kids to have lunch with his cousin in a neighboring state. Should he let it go and resign himself to reporting his every movement across state lines, or should he hold on to the conflict and fight it out in court?
CLICK HERE to subscribe to our monthly podcast email to get a sneak peak into upcoming topics!
Do you have a co-parent dilemma? Call our voicemail number at 1-234-DILEMMA or email 1234Dilemma@gmail.com
Want to talk about this episode with Diane and other parents? Be part of the conversation on the NON-Impossibles Facebook group