You can find the standard summer visit schedule for a three year old at the county's website, where the child resides (and presumably where the order is issued). Can it be the same as during the remainder of the year; Yes, if you and the other parent agree to that and the court adopts the agreement as an order.
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I agree with the prior answer. Generally, the standard schedule is a minimum schedule. If a parent has been very involved with the child, that time might be increased. Expanded time in the summer is generally because the child is not in school, which is not the situation with a young child.
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