divorce is difficult especially when there are children involved. To make the process
easier on you, your spouse and your children, it is essential to develop a
parenting plan. It allows both parents to have an equal part in raising their children
and can ease frictions that might arise later on.
A parenting plan can be used for both short-term and long-term purposes.
Based on what is best for your child and your parenting goals, you can
discuss beforehand important events in your child's life like extracurricular
activities, religious practices, disciplinary measures, and even graduations
If you aren't sure how to create a parenting plan you should contact
a family law attorney to guide you. Even if you are on friendly terms
with your spouse it is wise to learn about the possible legal ramifications
of a parenting plan before you present it to a judge.
To learn more about parenting plans,
contact our legal team and set up a consultation with a
Jacksonville family law attorney.