Starting Your Parenting Plan
When developing a parenting plan, it is first best to fully analyze your family structure, both before and after your divorce or separation. This analysis will help you and the other parent determine what needs you and your children have and what should be addressed in writing in a legal binding agreement.
Judges and lawyers realize the value of establishing the blue prints for a new parenting relationship, which is why most family law courts require an executed parenting plan before any joint custody orders are granted. Any joint custody arrangement required the parents to work together, which is why a parenting plan is the first step to a successful post-divorce parenting relationship.
Which ever option you choose, we hope you have a parenting plan that works well for you and your children.
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