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    1. The non-custodial parent moved out of State 2 years ago without changing any part of the parenting plan. Does that make the plan void?
    Last edited by crownline; 10-21-2008, 10:50 AM.

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    1. The non-custodial parent moved out of State 2 years ago without changing any part of the parenting plan. Does that make the plan void?
    No, it means that until the parenting plan is modified through the court that visitation continues as it is stated in the order. By moved out of state, do you mean like moved from Houston, TX to Chicago or is it more like from Charlotte, NC to Rock Hill, SC (a few minutes away)?

    2. Now our child needs braces, and our existing plan states that she must pay 40% of all medical not covered by insurance. BUT, it also states that both parents must agree on non emergency care. What exactly does that mean? I don't ask her permission to take the child to the dentist or doctor for physicals or preventative care.

    thank you !
    It means that before any non-emergency procedure is performed, you consult with the other parent and you come to an agreement about the best course of treatment. You don't have the right to have $10,000 worth of orthodontia installed and then expect her to cough up 4 grand without her agreement. As far as doctor visits/routine dental appts, it means that you keep her updated BEFORE the appt. to let her know what is going on.

    So, Junior has a physical scheduled in 2 weeks so he can play basketball (whatever...). You pick up the phone and let Mom know what's going on BEFORE Junior goes to the doctor.

    It's called co-parenting.
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