What Is A Parenting Plan?

A Parenting Plan is a document, separate from a Final Stipulation or Final Decree of Divorce, that addresses all issues regarding the children, which are applicable to your family. Among other things, Parenting Plans address the following issues:

• Decision making responsibility for the children and access to information regarding the children (i.e., medical or educational records);

• The Routine Schedule for the children while with each parent;

• Parenting time during holidays and birthdays;

• Parenting time during school vacations and summer vacation;

• Supervised parenting time, if applicable;

• Transportation responsibilities;

• Relocation of the residence of the children;

• Procedures for reviewing and modifying the parenting plan; and

• Future dispute resolution.


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