Protecting the Children

Effective Parenting Plans

Creating a parenting plan is often a vital step in divorces that involve minor children. Usually, one or both parents request joint custody (known in Florida as timesharing) when there are children involved in a divorce. Courts try to ensure that parents work together through their divorce to make the process as easy as possible for their children.

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A Map for Parents & Children

What is a Parenting Plan?

A parenting plan is a document that defines how the parents will care for their children after (and during) divorce. This plan may address financial, location, and other aspects of upbringing.

The plan may cover:

  • Where the children will live and when (a parenting schedule)
  • The handling of medical and dental insurance and care
  • How child support will be handled
  • Visitation schedule
  • Where the children will go to school and information regarding the logistics of the children’s extracurricular activities (such as transportation and financial responsibility).

The family law attorneys at Brodie Friedman will work with you and your opposing spouse to formulate a specific plan for your situation that is in the best interests of you and your children.

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