Parenting Plans are important for all ages. Toddlers experience rapid physical, emotional, and social growth. They are on the move!
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Learn the most common changes co-parents make to their existing parenting plan, when to expect those changes, and what to do when the moment arises.
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Make changes to your child custody agreement without going to family court. Get help with mediation and custody agreements without paying court costs and fees.
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The best coParenting relationship is one that puts your child first and coming to a parenting plan agreement early so your child can adjust is very important.
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It’s best if you and your coParent can come to an agreement about parenting time outside of court and file to make it official and enforceable.
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Using your kids’ best interest as the criteria for decision making, ask yourself where would THEY like to trick or treat?
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There are a variety of joint custody plans. The goal is for coParents is to work together to create the best parenting plan for their children.
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When coParents make agreements early, it can have a profound effect on the quality of their relationship. The earlier you make agreements, the BETTER for kids.
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Here are the top tips for creating and managing parenting schedules for your children and aligning with your coParent.
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The purpose of a parenting plan is to determine a somewhat predictable and consistent residential schedule for your children between two homes.
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Separating and divorcing parents’ inability to reach agreements on their own as it pertains to the custody and visitation of their children is far from uncommon.
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A coParenting study looking at the effect and benefits of shared custody (50/50 parenting plans) on pre-school children.
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Long parenting plans can work and don’t necessarily mean less time with your child overall. Adjustments for the child’s benefit may require change.
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The truth is, the more you share with their other parent, the better parent — and coParent — you are. Being proactive, if your coParent won’t cooperate…
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Most courts today, when it comes to custody battles, lean towards 50/50 physical custody, with more emphasis on the mother-child bond
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