Allan Koritzinsky & Kenneth Waldon discuss the types of child custody access when you’re divorced. Flexibility is key in your parenting plan.
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Our mediators help co-parents move away from their “wants” and toward their children’s “needs”, creating the best-fit parenting plan.
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For those who are co-parenting a teenager, here are a handful of tips to guide you with the drafting of a parenting plan for the teenage years.
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Children between thirteen and fifteen use the family as a base for support and guidance. These are tips for creating a parenting plan for young teens.
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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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Custody schedules can take many forms because no two coParenting situations are the same. Below we examine the most common parenting plans.
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A parenting plan is the parent’s written agreement about how much time the child will spend with each parent. Here is how to file your plan with the courts.
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Thinking about separation or divorce and you have children? Co-parenting generally starts with drafting a family/parenting plan. (6 min 43 sec read)
You can create your own child support agreement and save money in the process. Find out how to come together and reach coParenting agreements on your own. (3 min 45 sec read)
Yes, you can change or update your regular parenting schedule.
Yes, as long as the schedules entered into the coParenter platform have been agreed to by both parties or ordered prior to adding them.
You’ve always been accommodating with your coParent but you now want to stick to your original parenting plan. Learn what’s good ‘ex-etiquette’.
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Creating a parenting plan or custody schedule for older children is challenging. It’s extremely important for coParents to be on the same page at this stage.
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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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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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