Being a parent is hard, there are days when you just try to do your best. Trying to parent with an ex-spouse can add another level of complexity.
Divorces are complicated and emotional especially when it comes to parenting plans. Developing and agreeing on a parenting plan is critically important. The parenting plan is a document that directs how parents will care of the children. It outlines time sharing, responsibilities and decision making for the children.
Some factors that a judge will consider before deciding about a parenting plan include:
- Daily task responsibility
- Holiday schedule
- Medical care
- Child care providers
- Child Support
- Special Needs
- Conflict Resolution
Once the court has issued the parenting plan it can be modified if there is a justified reason, such as a substantial change in circumstance, long distance move, child abuse, or a shift in the child’s needs due to health or age.
When it comes to something this important, trust the experienced team of attorneys at Florida Women’s Law Group. We are committed to providing you a positive experience all while seamlessly handling the meticulous details.