Sample Schedules for Splitting the Holidays
After the parents of children split up, ideally, the parents will draw up a parenting and custody arrangement that will ensure the child’s right to continuous and frequent contact with both parents. This can take a variety of forms, but of course, all days of the year are not equal in significance or importance to families. Birthdays, holidays, religious occasions, and other special days must be considered when drawing up an arrangement splitting the holidays during a divorce in California.
In this post we will provider a some options for dividing up the holidays. This graphic is derived from the Parenting Plan Guidelines published by the Superior Court of California.
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