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Tips for long distance travel for your kids to come visit you

Making arrangements for long distance visitation with your child might be difficult. There are many factors that go into these situations. One of these is trying to figure out when the child can come to you. This will depend on the school schedule, as well as your work schedule. Arranging the travel plans as early as possible can make things a bit easier when it is time for the kids to travel to you.

In many cases, children can fly from one parent to the other. When they are very young, however, they might need a guardian on the plane. As the child gets older, the airline may be able to provide them with an escort. It is imperative that both parents have a say in the travel arrangements for custody and visitation. Be sure that you discuss the financial obligation for each adult before you make flight plans.

If your child is flying, don't rush to the airport at the last minute. Trying to do everything quickly can put you under more stress. Your children will likely feel that stress too, which can make it more difficult for them to travel.

Plan to have your children communicate with the parent who isn't present. This can be done using phone calls, video chats and other methods. Make sure that you let your child know that they are free to discuss their feelings and memories with either parent. Sometimes, kids worry that they shouldn't let the parent who isn't there know that they are having fun.

Make sure that you have a clear understanding of the plans. You should have at least a basic set of guidelines in the parenting plan. Keep these at the front of your mind when you deal with visitation and custody matters.

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