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 I am the working parent and this year it is my turn for the first half of the school holidays. Last year we changed over on New Years day (and he took them out of town on xmas day so that I could not see them). So I assumed the holiday handover would occur the same way as last year.  My eldest son finishes school 2 weeks earlier than the youngest.  So now the other parent wants to split the children up so that he can have the eldest on the 24 Dec and the youngest on the 31 Dec (due to the starting date of the school holidays).  The other parent it is unapproachable, he addresses me as pig vomit in his communication.  So it is clear that he does not care about the children feelings as I have only asked for the children to leave 3 days earlier than the youngest childs end of school date,(as they would be with hime) so I would be away for approx 4 weeks.  He has not even requested any makeup time to assist in the situation he only wishes to disrupt the holiday, as I have a new partner and we are going away with his 2 children as well.

 I have decided to go back to my solicitors as the children are in deep distress as he is trying to put them on the airport watch list.  They too have been excited about the trip and have discussed it with him before.  I don't know what it will take for him to see what he is doing to the children, when his motive is to hurt me.

So what can be done when one parent scans the consent order to only find errors and cause as much cost and disruption to the other parent? (by the way he doesnt' work, well that is what he tells CSA) We have 50/50 custody and I am running out of money fast.
retxab1 said
So what can be done when one parent scans the consent order to only find errors and cause as much cost and disruption to the other parent? (by the way he doesnt' work, well that is what he tells CSA) We have 50/50 custody and I am running out of money fast.
  As we wrote before:
….you need to make an application to an FRC to try to resolve the issue with amended consent orders or failing agreement make an application to the Court to have the actual orders that are in dispute 'rewritten' to avoid confusion.

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