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Parenting After Divorce – A Guide For Parents Living Apart
This guide for parenting time is intended to provide helpful ideas in making decisions about co-parenting after divorce. A parenting plan is a document that states when the children will be with each parent (parenting time) and how major decisions will be made (legal custody). This guide provides sample plans for parents to use in reaching agreements or presenting proposals to the court. Attorneys, mental health professionals, mediators, and judges may also find the parenting time plans useful in resolving family court disputes.
Parents are encouraged to read this material and seek additional information and advice in order to make the best decisions for their children. This guide will help parents reduce conflict and reach agreements more easily.
Looking for help with a co-parenting or parenting plan in Washington?
Integrative Family Law attorneys can help outline a parenting plan with the needs of your family and your children’s future in mind. Call us at 206.859.6800 to schedule a consultation.
Nothing on this page is intended as legal advice for an individual.
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