Parenting time provides the parties with a schedule for time each parent spends with their child. A parenting time schedule can be as structured or fluid as the parties require, depending on how well they can work together after a breakup or divorce. A parenting time schedule usually includes holiday parenting time schedules to help limit litigation. Parenting time can be modified upon the agreement of the parties as well as if there is a change of circumstances or proper cause to warrant a modification. Like custody and child support matters, the Court retains jurisdiction over parenting time of a minor child until the child attains the age of 18 years old. Parenting time issues can be complicated. Having attorneys with experience can be the key to ensuring a parenting time award that is in everyone’s best interest.