Child custody is a difficult topic for many parents. It’s hard to know what the best course of action is to take when you want to spend the summer with your kids. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to make sure that you are able to spend time with them this summer.

One option is a schedule change. This way, both parents will have an equal amount of time with the kids and they can switch off weeks or months at a time. Another option is alternating weekends when one parent has the kids on Saturday and Sunday and the other parent has them on Sunday and Monday. This way, both parents will still have their weekends free as well as Wednesday nights if they need it.

Parents who have a joint custody agreement or who are in the process of negotiating one should be aware of the changes that may obe necessary for summer.

Summer is a time for children to enjoy their freedom, explore new places and make new friends. While this can be a great opportunity for parents to spend more time with their kids, it also means more complicated schedules. Parents need to plan ahead and consider how these changes will affect the child’s routine.

The following are some things that you need to think about when adjusting your summer schedule:

– What will happen if both parents want to take their child on vacation?

– How will vacations affect visitation?

– What if your child’s school has an extended break?

– Who will care for your child during holidays?

C4 Legal Assistance can help you craft a custody agreement that works for both parents, and most importantly, for your children. Call for your free consultation today.