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Parenting Time Guidelines For Non Residential Parent

This is a Ohio form that can be used for Domestic Relations within County (Court Of Common Pleas), Cuyahoga.

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CASE NUMBER___________________ PARENTING TIME GUIDELINES FOR THE NON-RESIDENTIAL PARENT The Domestic Relations Court has developed these parenting time schedules for the purpose of assisting divorcing parents in formulating schedules that work best for their family. Children require continued and regular involvement of both parents despite the termination of their parents' marriage. Children who "do best" after divorce are those whose parents are able to maintain a low level of conflict. The absence of conflict is just as important for children's normal and healthy development as the amount of time they spend with each parent. These parenting time schedules were developed to provide children with continuing contact with both parents while being sensitive to the children's ages and developmental needs. These schedules may not be appropriate for all families. The best parenting time schedule for the children is one that the parents create together which fulfills the unique needs of the children and the parents. Parenting time for all children will take place according to the age of the oldest child when there are children in different age categories. Specific parenting provisions in a journal entry take precedence over these provisions. After implementation of a parenting schedule, a parent's move will not automatically modify the schedule. This Order is effective beginning ___________________. A. Local (parents live within 45 miles of each other) 1. Birth until age 3 The non-residential parent shall have parenting time three times a week throughout the year, twice for 3 to 6 hours, and once overnight. If the parents cannot agree, parenting time shall take place every Monday and Wednesday, from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and overnight according to the following rotating schedule: Week 1 ­ Friday from 5:00 p.m. until Saturday 8:00 p.m. Week 2 ­ Saturday from 5:00 p.m. until Sunday 8:00 p.m. 2. Age 3 Years until age 6 years The non-residential parent shall have parenting time one midweek overnight and alternating weekends. If the parents cannot agree, the midweek overnight parenting time shall take place every Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. until Thursday morning. The nonresidential parent shall drop the children off at preschool, daycare, or school at the EXHIBIT ______ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com designated time. If there is no preschool, daycare or school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. The weekend parenting time will take place on alternating weekends, Friday from 5:00 p.m. until Monday morning. The non-residential parent shall drop the children off at preschool, daycare, or school at the designated time. If there is no preschool, daycare or school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. 3. Age 6 Years until age 14 Years The non-residential parent shall have parenting time one midweek overnight and alternating weekends. If the parents cannot agree, the midweek overnight parenting time shall take place every Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. until Thursday morning. The nonresidential parent shall drop the children off at preschool, daycare, or school at the designated time. If there is no daycare or school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. The weekend parenting time shall take place on alternating weekends, Friday from 5:00 p.m. until Monday morning. The non-residential parent shall drop the children off at preschool, daycare, or school at the designated time. If there is no daycare or school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. 4. Age 14 Years until age 18 Years At this stage of development the teenager's world revolves around peers and activities. Parents should be flexible and liberal with parenting time to allow the teenager to spend time with each parent, while allowing the child to participate in academic and social activities important to the teenager. The non-residential parent shall have parenting time for one midweek overnight and alternating weekends. If the parents cannot agree, the midweek overnight parenting time shall take place every Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. until Thursday morning. The nonresidential parent shall drop the children off at school at the designated time. If there is no school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. The weekend parenting time shall take place on alternating weekends, Friday from 5:00 p.m. until Monday morning. The non-residential parent shall drop the children off at school at the designated time. If there is no school, the non-residential parent shall drop the children off at the residential parent's residence no later than 9:00 a.m. B. Regional (parents live more than 45 miles apart but less than 200 miles) Parents shall follow the local schedule based on the age of the child except that any midweek parenting time shall be exercised in the county of the children's residence and the non-residential parent shall be responsible for all midweek transportation. Midweek parenting time shall be Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The weekend parenting 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com time shall also end at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday instead of extending through Monday morning once the children begin attending school. C. Summers/Vacations, Holidays, School Breaks and Days of Special Meaning The order of priority for parenting time is as follows: 1) holidays; 2) days of special meaning; 3) summer/vacation time; and 4) regularly scheduled parenting time. 1. Summers/Vacations Both parents shall have parenting time for four weeks each summer. If the parents cannot agree, these four weeks may not be scheduled in more than two-week blocks if the children are under age six. If none of the children are school age (i.e. in kindergarten or beyond), the four weeks may be scheduled at any time during the year. By May 1st of each year, each parent shall give the other parent written notice of the selected weeks. If the weeks chosen by the parents conflict, the non-residential parent's schedule shall control in even numbered years and the residential parent's schedule shall control in odd numbered years. If a parent is exercising parenti

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