Travel out of state or Virgin Islands


#1

My daughter and her ex have a separation agreement that only addresses 50/50 custody
and holidays. It doesn’t mention vacations. They are divorced. My ex son-in-law plans to take my 11 year old granddaughter out of state; maybe even the US Virgin Islands for a week in June. He refuses to give my daughter any info re: the trip and has told my granddaughter she is not to tell. Isn’t he required to provide info to her re: the trip? Things such as departure and return and destination. I even read for USVI a notarized stmt is required from the other parent giving permission.
Any info or advice will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Concerned Grandma


#2

If there isn’t any language in the separation agreement requiring either party to disclose details about vacations, he isn’t breaching anything by not doing so. I am not familiar with the any parental consent laws required by the USVI government.

If he refuses to provide the details, I would suggest she work towards renegotiating the separation agreement to address this for future travel, or that she file for custody and work towards including having travel/vacation more clearly spelled out in the court order.


#3

Travel going there three periods in overall earlier our trip over. There were only just any publics there every time that we pass away and the water is that turquoise-y shade that ideas are prepared.