Parenting Plan – Next steps after your Separation Planning Meeting
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Creating A Parenting Plan – How you can Prepare!
A Parenting Plan is an important requirement for couples with school-age children. It reduces conflict, offers predictability, and you can design a plan that works well for your children and both parents. Parenting Plans clarify Parenting Responsibilities for Caretaking, Significant Decision Making, and when the children will be in each of your care. It addresses many other practical issues to minimize confusion and future conflict for your children.
- Include meeting the children – one hour per child.
This offers an opportunity for an impartial child specialist to address any concerns or special needs of your children and reassure them about their future care.
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Standard Plan, Option 1 Child, Option 2 Children, Option 3 Children, Option 4 Children