Weekends and Wednesday Visitation: The Other
Parent shall have visitation every other weekend from Friday at 6:00 P.M. until
Sunday at 6:00 P.M. and every other Wednesday night from the
time school is dismissed until 8:00 P.M.
Time Elapse Visitation: Neither party shall
withhold the minor child from the other for visitation purposes.
The Other Parent has the right to reasonable visitation
with the minor child without more than five (5) days elapsing
between visits. The same shall hold true for the SPOUSE when the
Summer Vacation visitation is in effect.
Summer Vacation: The Other Parent shall have
two (2) to four (4) weeks extended visitation with the minor
child during the summer months. He shall provide written
notification via certified US Mail to the SPOUSE of the exact
weeks and times he desires to exercise summer visitation. Such
written notice must be mailed and postmarked to the SPOUSE not
later than May 1 of each year. Further, such visitation shall be
scheduled in such a manner so as to allow the minor child to be
home for the week preceding the commencement of school. During
summer visitation, the parties shall cooperate to transfer from
household to household such personal effects as the minor child
may need or desire to make him comfortable and to avoid
duplication of expenditures by the parties.
Christmas Vacation: The Other Parent shall have
visitation on even numbered years from 9:00 A.M Christmas Eve
until Christmas Day at 2:00 p.m. During odd numbered years the
SPOUSE shall have the child from 9:00 A.M Christmas Even until
Christmas Day 2:00 P.M. wherein the Other Parent shall have
visitation until December 26th at 5:00 P.M.
Thanksgiving: The Other Parent shall have
visitation on odd numbered years beginning at 2:00 P.M the day
before Thanksgiving through the Friday after Thanksgiving at
2:00 P.M. During the even numbered years the SPOUSE shall have
the child during Thanksgiving Day with the Other Parent having
visitation in the normal course of the parties’ every other
weekend format not withstanding more than five (5) days without
Other Parent having visitation with the child.
Father’s Day/Mother’s Day: The Other Parent shall have visitation with the minor child on Father’s Day and the SPOUSE
shall have visitation with the minor child on Mother’s Day,
despite any normal rotation of visitation to the contrary.
Father’s Day visitation shall commence at 6:00 P.M. on the
Saturday evening before through the remainder of the weekend.
Mother’s Day visitation shall commence at 6:00 P.M. on the
Saturday evening before until 6:00 P.M. on Sunday.
Easter: The Other Parent shall be entitled to Easter visitation during all even numbered years from
6:00 P.M. on the Saturday before Easter through the remainder of
the weekend. During odd numbered years, the SPOUSE shall be
entitled to visitation from 6:00 P.M. on the Saturday evening
before Easter until 6:00 P.M. on Sunday.
July 4th: The Other Parent shall be entitled to visitation during all even numbered years from 9:00
A.M. on July 4 until 9:00 A.M. on July 5.
Labor Day: The Other Parent shall be entitled to visitation during all odd numbered years from 8:00
A.M. until 8:00 P.M.
Birthdays: The Other Parent shall be entitled to visitation on the minor child's birthday during even
numbered years from the time school dismisses until 8:00 P.M.
Should there be no school on the child’s birthday, then
visitation shall be from 12:00 P.M. (Noon) until 8:00 P.M. The
Spouse and the Other Parent
shall have visitation with the minor child on each of their respective
birthdays from 12:00 P.M. (Noon) until 8:00 P.M.
Notice of Cancellation: Each party shall
provide not less than 48 hours notice of any cancellation of
visitation for any reason.
Priority of Holidays, Special Events and
Summertime Scheduling: The holiday, special event and extended
summertime visitation as provided hereinabove shall temporarily
interrupt and supersede the normal weekend and weekday
visitations otherwise addressed herein. At the conclusion of
such holiday, special event or summertime visitations, the
normal weekend and weekday visitations, whichever may be
applicable at the time, shall be continued as if the schedule
had not been interrupted.
Telephone Access: Both parties shall have
reasonable telephone access to the minor child while the child
is with the other parent between 8:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. The
minor child shall also have reasonable telephone access to both
parents at all reasonable times.
Traveling and Relocating with Minor Child: Both
parties agree the minor child shall not leave the State of South
Carolina without the consent of both parties.
Other Visitation: The visitation schedule
agreed upon as reflected above shall not preclude other and
further visitation the parties may agree upon, and the parties
shall maintain an atmosphere which will strengthen the minor
child’s principals of morality and agree their households shall
appropriately be maintained whenever the minor child is present.
Communication Concerning the Child: The parties
shall continually keep one another informed of their respective
work and home telephone numbers and their respective street and
mailing addresses. Both parties shall make themselves available
at all reasonable times and places for direct communication with
the other for the purpose of discussing matters concerning their
child. Each party shall communicate directly with the other
parent pertaining to the needs and interests of the minor child
and neither parent shall harass or burden the other with
excessive or abusive telephone calls or any non-productive
Illnesses of the Child: The parties shall
promptly notify each other in the event of a serious illness of
the minor child. The term “serious illness” as used herein shall
mean any illness which confines the minor children to bed for
more than one (1) day. The parties agree ordinary illnesses or
sickness of the minor child shall not preclude visitation by the
Other Parent, and the Other Parent is deemed to be fully capable
of caring for the minor child during an ordinary illness or
Alienation of the Child’s Affection: The SPOUSE
and the Other Parent
shall encourage the minor child to love, respect and honor the other
parent, and neither party shall alienate or attempt to alienate
the other or diminish the affection of the minor child for the
other parent, or disparage the other parent to or in the
presence of the minor child.
Child’s Activities: Neither party shall
schedule activities for the minor child which shall preclude the
other parent from having the minor child with him or her at the
times and places as agreed to above. In the event, however, it
is necessary to schedule activities for the minor child, the
parties shall confer and shall make joint decisions concerning
those activities, and it shall be the responsibility of the
parent who has physical custody of the minor child to transport
the child to activities as scheduled. Activities shall not be
scheduled to deprive the SPOUSE of any period of visitation as
Access to Information: The SPOUSE and the Other
Parent shall have equal access to all information concerning the
child, including, but not limited to, medical, dental and
hospital records, school records, report cards and any other
information concerning the minor children. Any such information
shall be shared by the parent who receives the same.
HEALTH INSURANCE: The Other Parent shall be
responsible for all medical and dental expenses incurred on
behalf of the child.
CHILD SUPPORT: The Other Parent earns
approximately $2,600.00 gross per month. The SPOUSE earns
approximately $1,200.00 gross per month. The Other Parent shall
pay the sum of Two Hundred ($200.00) Dollars per month in child
support to OTHER during this separation.
EDUCATION: All education costs shall be split
and divided equally between Other Parent and SPOUSE. These costs
include and are not limited to tuition, books, related school
events and related school costs of attending and participating
NATURAL DISASTERS: In the event there is
recommended or mandatory evacuation of the area in which the
SPOUSE resides, the child will be allowed to evacuate with the
SPOUSE, regardless of the visitation schedule. Should such an
event interrupt Other Parent's visitation he/she will be allowed
to make up the visitation when there is no longer a threat of
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