We’ve all heard of “every other weekend” visitation, but the nuances of holidays, birthdays, and any other logistical considerations in an effective Child Custody, Visitation, and Co-Parenting schedule can raise complications that need to be addressed.
A county’s “Standard Visitation” order is a great place to start when reviewing what issues a particular Family Court or judicial circuit has addressed in a “standard” fashion.
There’s value in consistency, but it is unlikely that any standard order or schedule will adequately and appropriately address the unique needs of your family and children. It may be that a 50/50 Joint Physical Custody schedule is in the best interests of your children.
Please remember that these schedules and orders don’t mean anything to your family until a Court officially “adopts” them for your family. If you would like to establish a Child Custody Order, Child Custody schedule, or Visitation schedule, you can book your consultation with Foxtrot Family Law by visiting ThinkFoxtrot.com.
In the meantime, you can review the various Standard Visitation Schedules at the links below: