In South Carolina family law, family courts often look to two standard visitation schedules and their accompanying guidelines as a sort of guiding star for parents and individuals involved in child custody litigation.

Although each family’s situation is unique, using these standard arrangements as a springboard to create a specific, tailored arrangement is helpful.

You can see Judge Alvin Johnson and Judge Tim Brown’s schedules and guidelines below, and also where Judge Brown’s has been discussed in an earlier blog discussion.

When considering child custody arrangements, always keep the child’s best interest at the forefront.

The family law team at Hyde Law Firm, P.A. works intimately with each child custody client to create a situation that works for that family’s particular needs.

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