A document that states when the child will be with each parent and how decisions will be The parenting plan may be developed by the parents on their own or with the help of a professional such as a mediator, an attorney or a judge. A plan should allocate custodial responsibility and decision-making authority that serves the child’s best interests and provides a mechanism for resolving any later disputes between parents. A.R.S. § 25-403.02: Before joint decision-making is awarded, the parents shall submit a proposed parenting plan that includes: (1) each parent’s rights and responsibilities for the personal care of the child, such as education, health care and religious training, and (2) a schedule of the physical residence of the child, including holidays and school vacations.
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