The Utah State Holiday Visitation Schedule is located at Section 30-3-35.
I’m going to post the full text below in case you want to read it.
You should know that the code does change from time to time. This was put into place in 2010.
Sometimes clients want to change the standard holiday schedule in their custody order or divorce decree. That is done on a regular basis.
One recent change we did was where the mom and children lived out of Utah and Dad lived in Utah and had minimum parent-time. We created a holiday schedule during Christmas where she would bring the kids and split the Christmas break with Dad so that Mom had 1 week of Christmas and Dad had the 2nd week of Christmas and they alternated who got which week with odd and even years. That was a good resolution for them.
You may had a different situation too where the standard holiday schedule doesn’t really work for you.
If that’s the case, please give our office a call and we can help you with that.
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—- HERE IS THE FULL TEXT OF THE LAW —-
30-3-35 Minimum schedule for parent-time for children 5 to 18 years of age.
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