Divorces are messy scenarios as it is. It is even more so when there are children in the picture because now there are visitations to consider. How will you go about spending enough valuable time with your children if you aren’t the custodian parent? If you have won custody, how do you arrange a reasonable schedule with the other parent? How will transportation work? How many times a week?
Most places will legally allow for a minimum amount of visitation time, just enough to benefit the children. Some couples prepare the visitation schedule on their own, and others leave it up to the judge. If you have decided to prepare your own schedule, these free samples will show you how to make a reasonable schedule template that will benefit everyone involved.
There are a lot of details involved when managing the custody of your children. Naturally, you will want to spend as much time with them as you are allowed, and you will want the other parent to have their fair amount of time without any inconvenience to you.
When drafting a visitation schedule, judges will take into account
Based on this as well as the circumstances and the local law, the judge will decide how much time is a “reasonable amount” of time for the noncustodian parent to spend with the child.
After this you will need to draft something like a weekly or Daily Schedule. Your schedule will have to determine these parameters:
Once you have these things planned out, you can turn any Blank Schedule into something a judge can approve of. Remember that everything revolves around the child’s best interests.
How do you avoid disruption and chaos in your new family? Use a Family Schedule to make sure everyone is accounted for and that you spend a lot of quality time together. In the end, it is these things that hold a family together, so make sure you arrange for it.