DH and I are doing wills soon. I don't know what to put in my will about DS, because I don't know what DH's rights are if I die. If XH and I both die, I want DH to get full custody of DS. If just I die, obviously DS will go to his dad, but I want to make sure DH gets to see him. Do most states accept in loco parentis as a reason to grant visitation? I was thinking of putting that DH should have visitation commisserate to the standard order of parenting time in the county in which he (or DS) lives. That would give him one evening a week and every other weekend, alternating holidays, etc. Do you think that would fly?
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9/6/08 at 2:18pm