Legally SpeakingTips & Tricks To Creating A QualityParenting Time ScheduleBy Scott Berry Berry Law OfficesIt has been our experience that a detailed Parenting TimeSchedule is extremely important. A thorough ParentingTime Schedule will help avoid post-divorce disputesbetween you and the opposing party.A Parenting Time Schedule should include (1) when yourchildren are to spend time with you and your children'sother parent during the school year; (2) when yourchildren are to spend time with you and your children'sother parent during the summer; (3) a holiday schedule; (4)a vacation schedule; and (5) which parent is responsible fortransportation of your child.In extremely limited circumstances the Court can require aparent to have Supervised Parenting Time. There must be alegitimate and compelling reason, such as endangermentto your child, for the court to put an order in placerequiring supervised parenting time. Supervised parentingtime may be held at a supervised safety center or a thirdparty may be required to be present during the parentingtime.Holiday ScheduleLike the monthly Parenting Schedule, the HolidayParenting Schedule can be customized to provide for youand the opposing party's holiday traditions. Considerationssuch as whether the holiday always falls on a weekend orwhether it alternates days. We have found that holidays,like the 4th of July, present a challenge as longer weekendsand activities may be desired to be scheduled. However,when if these longer weekends are not contemplatedby the parenting time plan, disputes over where the kidsspend the weekend occur and both kids and parents maybe left extremely disappointed. Take time to contemplateeach holiday and what events may occur around theholiday that involve your children.Additional Questions?Call or email Scott or Allison to schedule a free appointment.dsberry@berrylawoffices.com  alondgren@berrylawoffices.com206 South Rum River DriveDowntown Princeton763-389-0178BERRY LAW OFFICESContact Scott Berry- Attorney at Law Legally Speaking Tips & Tricks To Creating A Quality Parenting Time Schedule By Scott Berry Berry Law Offices It has been our experience that a detailed Parenting Time Schedule is extremely important. A thorough Parenting Time Schedule will help avoid post-divorce disputes between you and the opposing party. A Parenting Time Schedule should include (1) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the school year; (2) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the summer; (3) a holiday schedule; (4) a vacation schedule; and (5) which parent is responsible for transportation of your child. In extremely limited circumstances the Court can require a parent to have Supervised Parenting Time. There must be a legitimate and compelling reason, such as endangerment to your child, for the court to put an order in place requiring supervised parenting time. Supervised parenting time may be held at a supervised safety center or a third party may be required to be present during the parenting time. Holiday Schedule Like the monthly Parenting Schedule, the Holiday Parenting Schedule can be customized to provide for you and the opposing party's holiday traditions. Considerations such as whether the holiday always falls on a weekend or whether it alternates days. We have found that holidays, like the 4th of July, present a challenge as longer weekends and activities may be desired to be scheduled. However, when if these longer weekends are not contemplated by the parenting time plan, disputes over where the kids spend the weekend occur and both kids and parents may be left extremely disappointed. Take time to contemplate each holiday and what events may occur around the holiday that involve your children. Additional Questions? Call or email Scott or Allison to schedule a free appointment. dsberry@berrylawoffices.com  alondgren@berrylawoffices.com 206 South Rum River Drive Downtown Princeton 763-389-0178 BERRY LAW OFFICES Contact Scott Berry- Attorney at Law

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Legally Speaking Tips & Tricks To Creating A Quality Parenting Time Schedule By Scott Berry Berry Law Offices It has been our experience that a detailed Parenting Time Schedule is extremely important. A thorough Parenting Time Schedule will help avoid post-divorce disputes between you and the opposing party. A Parenting Time Schedule should include (1) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the school year; (2) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the summer; (3) a holiday schedule; (4) a vacation schedule; and (5) which parent is responsible for transportation of your child. In extremely limited circumstances the Court can require a parent to have Supervised Parenting Time. There must be a legitimate and compelling reason, such as endangerment to your child, for the court to put an order in place requiring supervised parenting time. Supervised parenting time may be held at a supervised safety center or a third party may be required to be present during the parenting time. Holiday Schedule Like the monthly Parenting Schedule, the Holiday Parenting Schedule can be customized to provide for you and the opposing party's holiday traditions. Considerations such as whether the holiday always falls on a weekend or whether it alternates days. We have found that holidays, like the 4th of July, present a challenge as longer weekends and activities may be desired to be scheduled. However, when if these longer weekends are not contemplated by the parenting time plan, disputes over where the kids spend the weekend occur and both kids and parents may be left extremely disappointed. Take time to contemplate each holiday and what events may occur around the holiday that involve your children. Additional Questions? Call or email Scott or Allison to schedule a free appointment. dsberry@berrylawoffices.com alondgren@berrylawoffices.com 206 South Rum River Drive Downtown Princeton 763-389-0178 BERRY LAW OFFICES Contact Scott Berry- Attorney at Law Legally Speaking Tips & Tricks To Creating A Quality Parenting Time Schedule By Scott Berry Berry Law Offices It has been our experience that a detailed Parenting Time Schedule is extremely important. A thorough Parenting Time Schedule will help avoid post-divorce disputes between you and the opposing party. A Parenting Time Schedule should include (1) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the school year; (2) when your children are to spend time with you and your children's other parent during the summer; (3) a holiday schedule; (4) a vacation schedule; and (5) which parent is responsible for transportation of your child. In extremely limited circumstances the Court can require a parent to have Supervised Parenting Time. There must be a legitimate and compelling reason, such as endangerment to your child, for the court to put an order in place requiring supervised parenting time. Supervised parenting time may be held at a supervised safety center or a third party may be required to be present during the parenting time. Holiday Schedule Like the monthly Parenting Schedule, the Holiday Parenting Schedule can be customized to provide for you and the opposing party's holiday traditions. Considerations such as whether the holiday always falls on a weekend or whether it alternates days. We have found that holidays, like the 4th of July, present a challenge as longer weekends and activities may be desired to be scheduled. However, when if these longer weekends are not contemplated by the parenting time plan, disputes over where the kids spend the weekend occur and both kids and parents may be left extremely disappointed. Take time to contemplate each holiday and what events may occur around the holiday that involve your children. Additional Questions? Call or email Scott or Allison to schedule a free appointment. dsberry@berrylawoffices.com alondgren@berrylawoffices.com 206 South Rum River Drive Downtown Princeton 763-389-0178 BERRY LAW OFFICES Contact Scott Berry- Attorney at Law

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