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.
Contested 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
- Childcare 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.
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