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Friday, January 4, 2013


Creating a child visitation schedule will take some time and effort, but it pays off in the long run. A stable child custody schedule allows parents and children to avoid confusion about visitation times and other custody matters. This can help parents reduce conflict, help the children adjust to their new circumstances, and help the whole family feel more secure about the custody situation. This schedule is the heart of the custody agreement, and you should work to make the best possible schedule for your children.
Type of Visitation Schedule
The foundation of the schedule is the basic, repeating cycle of custody. To determine the repeating cycle, the first thing you need to do is determine the type of custody arrangement you want. You can have a sole custody arrangement, in which the children primarily live with one parent and visit the other parent, or you might have a joint custody situation, where the children spend significant amounts of time with both the mother and the father. You should base your decision on what is best for the child.

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