Ah, spring. Springing forward and spring cleaning not only applies to our day-to-day lives, but also to family law. This is the opportune time to make sure that our family law clients, and their custody schedules, are all ready for summer.

That being said, it is also important to remind your clients that custody schedules should always be modified to reflect their child’s changing schedules and needs. What was adequate when the child was a toddler and in day care all year long is probably not appropriate for young kids in elementary school or tweens who want to attend sleep away or specialized day camp.

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