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Parenting Plan

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A parenting plan is a legal document that sets out the terms of how parents will share time with their children after a separation or divorce. The plan should address all aspects of the children’s lives, including:

  • Physical custody: This is where the children will live most of the time.
  • Legal custody: This is who will make decisions about the children’s major life issues, such as education, healthcare, and religion.
  • Child support: This is how the parents will share the costs of raising the children.
  • Communication: This is how the parents will communicate with each other about the children.
  • Holidays and vacations: This is how the children will spend holidays and vacations.
  • Other important issues: This could include anything else that is important to the children, such as their religious upbringing, extracurricular activities, or medical needs.

A parenting plan is important because it provides a framework for parents to co-parent effectively after a separation or divorce. It can help to prevent conflict and ensure that the children’s needs are met.

If you are going through a separation or divorce, it is important to create a parenting plan. You can do this on your own or with the help of an attorney. A parenting plan can help to protect your children and ensure that they have a stable and loving home.

Here are some additional things to consider when creating a parenting plan:

  • Put the children’s needs first. The parenting plan should be based on what is best for the children, not what is best for the parents.
  • Be flexible. Things change, so the parenting plan should be flexible enough to accommodate change.
  • Communicate effectively. The parents need to be able to communicate effectively with each other, even if they are no longer together.
  • Get help if you need it. If you are struggling to create a parenting plan, you can get help from a mediator, a parenting coach, or an attorney.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced family lawyer and learn how we can help you with your parenting plan.

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