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How to Create a Workable Holiday Visitation Schedule with Your Ex
How to Create a Workable Holiday Visitation Schedule with Your Ex

When two divorcing parents make a visitation plan or get assigned a visitation agreement by a family law court , the result might not be all-inclusive of their full visitation needs. The visitation agreement is likely going to be made in consideration for a typical day of ...

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