Assistance with Parenting Plans and Agreements

Cindy Best

There are certain items every parenting plan needs: 1) Each parent’s rights and responsibilities for the personal care of the child and for decisions in areas such as education and health care; 2) A schedule of the physical residence of the child; 3) A procedure by which proposed changes, disputes, and alleged breaches may be mediated or resolved; 4) A procedure for periodic review of the plan’s terms by the parents; and 5) a statement that the parties understand that joint custody does not necessarily mean equal parenting time.

Our experienced attorneys at Best Law can help you and your spouse draft a negotiated parenting and custody agreement. We can provide insight and anticipate future problems. We provide this service at an hourly rate and provide you with a court-approved form at the conclusion that can be filed with the court, along with your decree.

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