July 2011 – A Noteworthy Reminder

March 24, 2011 Posted in Child Custody, Divorce, Paternity Testing Tagged in Child Custody, Divorce, Paternity Testing

This year’s July has 5 Fridays 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays.  This apparently happens once every 823 years. If you are a non-custodial parent and are trying to maximize the time you have with your child(ren) then you will want to designate the month of June (as opposed to the default month of July) because you pick up an extra weekend in July. Remember, notices to the custodial parent are almost always due by April 1st of each year so get your notices out. You have seven days left! Conversely the custodial parent has until April 15th of each year to designate their summer possession.