Parenting Plans

If you are going through a divorce and share children with your estranged spouse, an essential component of your case will be to create a parenting plan. In most cases, one or both parents will ask the court to order joint custody or time-sharing arrangements. Courts encourage the parents to work together to ensure their children’s rights will be protected and the process will be as smooth as possible. The attorneys at PurLaw can help you create a parenting plan that is in your child’s best interests and will protect your rights.

Understanding Parenting Plans

A parenting plan is a legal document that details how both parents will care for a child during and after their divorce. In the plan, you will address the various aspects of raising your child. Your plan might include the following types of information:

  • Parenting schedule that details when the child will be with each parent
  • How health insurance will be handled
  • Who will make decisions about the child’s education, healthcare, and religious upbringing
  • Child support
  • The child’s school and extracurricular activities, including transportation and who will be financially responsible

At PurLaw, our family law attorneys are prepared to work with you to negotiate a parenting plan that will work best for your family and will be in the best interests of your child. To learn more, contact us today to schedule a case evaluation.

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