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  1. Keep a notebook with all the times he doesn't follow the custody agreement. Even if you don't want to take away his limited visitation, it's valuable for any future negotiations that he doesn't take the time he has.
  2. My lawyer said not to agree to provide for the children after age 18, even if you plan to. It can only make things worse for you.
  3. Dad's house and mom's house kind of excludes the kids, and makes neither seem like their home. I've sometimes referred to the house they've lived in longer as the old house and the other one the new house, but that kind of seems judgmental. When talking to the ex, I sometimes refer to them by street name like the Elm house or the Oak house. I think the kids just refer to them as mom and dads anyway?
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