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Determining The Visitation Percentage {MSC-FL-029} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

Determining The Visitation Percentage {MSC-FL-029}

This is a California form that can be used for Family Court within Local County, Merced.

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DETERMINING THE VISITATION PERCENTAGE Page 1 of 2 DETERMINING THE VISITATION PERCENTAGE Page 4 of the Income and Expense Declaration (Item #2) will ask you for the percentage of custody/visitation youhave with your child/ren. To calculate that figure, use a calendar to determine the number of days each month that you had the child/ren with you. Enter that amount in the last column on the applicable line for each month. MONTHDAYS IN THE MONTHDAYS IN THE MONTH THAT YOUHAD THE CHILD/RENJanuaryFebruary 3128 - 29March31April30 July31August31 June30 May 31November30December31 October31 September30 Divide the total number of days in the year that you had the child/ren (last column) by 365 for a regular year and366 for a leap year to obtain the visitation percentage.divided by 365 or 366 =%divided by%If you are calculating the visitation percentage based on a period that is less than the full year, divide the totalnumber of days that you had the child/ren in that period by the total number of days for the period being used. NOTE: SHOULD THERE BE A DISCREPANCY BETWEEN THE PERCENTAGE OF VISITATIONCLAIMED BY EACH PARENT, PLEASE BE PREPARED TO SHOW DOCUMENTATION TOPROVE THE PERCENTAGE OF VISITATION YOU ARE CLAIMING.THE BACK OF THIS FORM HAS A SCHEDULE OF SOME OF THE MOST COMMON VISITATIONARRANGEMENTS. IF YOUR VISITATION ARRANGEMENT MATCHES ONE OF THOSE LISTED ONTHE SCHEDULE, THE VISITATION PERCENTAGE WILL ALREADY BE CALCULATED FOR YOUIN THE LAST COLUMN.Date: Print Your NameSign Your Name TOTALS365 -366= American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com DETERMINING THE VISITATION PERCENTAGEVISITATION ARRANGEMENT1weekend per monthEQUIVALENT2638495273756755941049085VISITATION SCHEDULE OF MOST COMMON VISITATION ARRANGEMENTS10.413.414.215.118.420.020.122.224.7DAYS OFIN THE YEARVISITATIONPERCENTAGE111112137125151153182179156 25.828.530.430.734.237.341.441.942.77.149.050.21long weekend per month2weekends per month1night per week2long weekends per monthAlternate weekendsAlternate weekends + alternate holidays + 1/2 month in the summerAlternate weekends + 1/2 month in the summerAlternate weekends + alternate holidays +1 month in the summer1weekend per month + 1 night per weekAlternate weekends + alternate holidays + 1/2 month in the summerAlternate weekends + 1 evening per week + alternate holidays plus 1month in the summerAll no-school timeAlternate weekends + 1 evening per week + 1/2 no-school timeAlternate weekends + 1 night per week + alternate holidays + 1 month in the summerAlternate weekends + 1 night per week + 1/2 no-school timeAlternate weekends + 1 evening per week + all summer3days per week2days per weekAlternate weekends + 1 night per week + all summerAlternate 3 days/4 daysDEFINITIONS:Weekend (2 days) = 5-7 PM Friday to 5-7 PM Sunday (or to 5-7 on major holiday Mondays)Long weekend (3 days) = After school Friday to beginning of next school day.One evening per week (1/2 day) = After school to after dinner.One night per week (1 day) = After school and overnight.Holidays (12 days per year) = New Year's, President's, Memorial, Mother's or Father's Day, Independence.Labor, Veteran's, Thanksgiving (2), Christmas and birthdays of child and non-custodial parentSummer (84 days per year) = Twelve weeks from 2nd week in June through next to last week in AugustNo-school time = Time child is not in school. Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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