STANDARD VISITATION SCHEDULE
The non-custodial parent shall have visitation with all minor children of the parties as follows:
I. REGULAR VISITATION.
Every other weekend from Friday after school or day care until Monday morning when non-custodial parent returns child(ren) to school or day care plus every Wednesday evening after school or day care until 8:30 P.M.
II. HOLIDAY VISITATION.
HOLIDAY EVEN YEARS ODD YEARS
Spring Break CP NCP
Easter Weekend CP NCP
Memorial Day Weekend NCP CP
July 4th CP NCP
Labor Day Weekend NCP CP
Fall Break NCP CP
Thanksgiving Break CP NCP
First Week of Christmas Break CP NCP
Balance of Christmas Break NCP CP
Mothers day weekend with mother, and Fathers day weekend with father.
THE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE SUPERSEDES ALL REGULARLY SCHEDULED VISITATION, and shall be governed by the school the child attends or would attend if of school age. The first week of Christmas break shall begin after school or daycare and end at 11 AM on Christmas Day, and the balance of Christmas break shall end at 6 PM on the day preceding start of school, July 4th visitation shall begin at 6 PM on July 3rd and end at 9 AM on July 5th.
III. SUMMER VISITATION.
The non-custodial parent shall have summer visitation from June 1 at 8 AM until June 21 at 6 PM and from 8 AM on July 18 until 6 PM on July 31. Unless otherwise agreed, regular weekend or Wednesday evening visitation shall not occur in the summer by either parent but shall begin the first weekend and subsequent Wednesday that the child(ren) return to school or would return to school if of school age.
It is important to be aware that this schedule is for the purpose of providing minimum amounts of visitation between the non-custodial parent and the child(ren). Visitation should exceed the number of occasions set out herein. Liberal telephone communications between the parent and child(ren) is encouraged and shall occur. The parties may deviate from this schedule by mutual agreement.
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
rev 1/7/00; 1/14/00.
Canadian County 1/90 rev 2/95
[Ed Note: Form furnished by Hon. John L. Wolking, Special Judge, Canadian County, January 2005.]