CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ATTACHMENT
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Family Code, §§ 3003, 3083
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CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ATTACHMENT
1. Holiday parenting. The following table shows the holiday parenting schedules. Write "Petitioner," "Respondent," "Other Parent," or
"Other Party" to specify each parent's (or party's) years—odd or even numbered years or both ("every year")—and under "Times,"
specify the starting and ending days and times.
Holidays
Times (from when to when)
(Unless noted below, all single-
day holidays start at a.m.
and end at p.m.)
Every Year
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Even Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Odd Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
December 31 (New Year's Eve)
January 1 (New Year's Day)
Martin Luther King's Birthday (weekend)
February 12 (Lincoln's Birthday)
President's Day (Weekend)
President's Week Recess, first half
President's Week Recess, second half
Spring Break, first half
Spring Break, second half
Mother's Day
Memorial Day (weekend)
Father's Day
July 4th
Summer Break:
Labor Day (weekend)
Columbus Day (weekend)
Halloween
November 11 (Veterans Day)
Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving weekend
December/January School Break
Child's birthday (date):
Child's birthday (date):
Child's birthday (date):
Mother's birthday (date):
Father's birthday (date):
Other Parent's/Party's
birthday (date):
Breaks for
year-round schools:
Note: Unless specifically ordered, a child's holiday schedule order has priority over the regular parenting time.
TO Petition
Response
Stipulation and Order for Custody and/or Visitation of Children
Findings and Order After Hearing or Judgment
Responsive Declaration to Request for Order
Request for Order
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(C) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
Other (specify):
Visitation Order—Juvenile
FL-341(C)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
requires prior written consent of the other parent or
a court order.
1. Holiday parenting (continued)
Other Holidays
Times (from when to when)
(Unless noted below, all single-
day holidays start at a.m.
and end at p.m.)
Every Year
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Even Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Odd Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Any three-day weekend not specified in item 1 will be spent with the parent or party who would normally have that weekend.
Other (specify):
2.
Vacations
The
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent/Party:
a.
May take vacation with the children of up to (specify number):
days weeks the following number of
times per year (specify):
b.
Must notify the other parent or party in writing of vacation plans a minimum of days in advance
and provide the other parent or party with a basic itinerary that includes dates of leaving and returning, destinations, flight
information, and telephone numbers for emergency purposes.
(specify number):
(1) The other parent or party has
(number):
days to respond if there is a problem with the vacation schedule.
(2)
If the parties cannot agree on the vacation plans (check all that apply):
They must confer to try to resolve any disagreement before filing for a court hearing.
(A)
In even-numbered years, the parties will follow the suggestions of
(B) Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent/Party for resolving the disagreement.
In odd-numbered years, the parties will follow the suggestions of
(C) Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent/Party for resolving the disagreement.
(D)
Other
(specify):
d. the United States CaliforniaAny vacation outside
c.
This vacation may be outside the state of California.
e.
Other (specify):
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FL-341(C) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ATTACHMENT
FL-341(C)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
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