Child Custody Parenting Plans: Guidelines

 

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Parenting Time Schedules

Parenting Time Schedules For:                              
                                                                          (Father/Mother) 

Schedule A ~ Age: 2 Years to 3 Years
1st Week: Tues. 5pm till Wed. Morning & Fri. 6pm till Sat. 6pm.
2nd Week: Tues. 5pm till Wed. Morning & Sat. 6pm till Sun. 6pm.

 

Schedule B ~ Age: 3 Years to 4 Years
1st Week: Tues. & Thurs. 5pm to 8pm, Overnights Optional.
2nd Week: Tues. 5pm till Wed. Morning & Fri. 6pm till Sun. 6pm.

 

Schedule C ~ Age: 5 Years and Up
1st Week: Tues. & Thurs. 5pm to 9pm, Overnights Optional.
2nd Week: Tues. 5pm till Wed. Morning & Fri. 6pm till Sun. 8pm.

 

Scheduled Percentage
Schedule A = 28%; Schedule B = 32%; Schedule C = 32%

   

Note: It will be assumed that the child will be staying the nights on “Overnights Optional.”
The parent who has  “Overnights Optional” shall notify the other parent on Sunday before the start of that week if unable to exercise overnights for that week.

   

  Sample: C

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Parenting Plan

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This Parenting Plan is made to be customized for any type of custody case. Detailed guidelines will save you time, money and heartache now and in the future. Don't leave it to the court to decide what is in your children's best interest.  This is your job!

If an agreement can not be reached, you can submit your parenting plan to the court, for the judge to consider.

 

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