How Child Visitation Schedules are Created
In an ideal situation, both parents will agree on a visitation schedule without conflict. In the event that two parents cannot agree on a schedule, the court will intervene and develop one that serves the best interests of the child. Considering factors including emotional ties, financial stability, and safety, the court will make a schedule that outlines:
- Residential Schedule – Where your child spends weekdays and weekends
- Holiday Schedule – Where your child spends holidays and other special occasions
- Vacation Schedule – Where your child spends summer break and other vacations
Having a legal advocate in your corner at this time can be immensely valuable. Mr. McCunn can present a case to the court advocating for a visitation schedule that helps to nurture your child.