Parents can create a holiday parenting time schedule that includes any religious or cultural observances, traditions, school breaks, and special events in their children’s lives. A holiday parenting time schedule takes priority over the regular parenting time and vacation parenting time schedules. It is important to balance past traditions with the creation of new ones when children of families are transitioning to two separate households. Ensuring the children have meaningful experiences during special occasions is important, and having a holiday parenting time schedule will help parents better plan their time with their children and allow children to have an understanding of what their holidays will look like.
If your court order does not have a holiday parenting time schedule, we can help you create one. Contact us for a consultation today.