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What is a parenting plan & when would I need one?

A parenting plan is an agreement between a mother and a father that regulates each parent’s right and responsibilities, as well as their access to their minor children. The parents need not be married for a parenting plan to be valid. These plans include arrangements regarding access on holidays, weekends and special occasions, the extent to which both parents will be involved in decisions relating to the children, as well as matters pertaining to the relationship between the parents vis-à-vis the children.

A parenting plan is required when couples file for divorce, as well as circumstances in which there are any form of uncertainty or dispute regarding the parents’ rights and responsibilities regarding their minor children.

By |2018-08-14T23:30:13+00:00August 14th, 2018|