Kimberly Steinhoff April 19, 2021 Parenting
The solution is to focus on the needs of the child. The mother and father should make a parenting time schedule that lets the child be with both parents in a situation where the child will benefit. If the child is old enough, parents may also want to consult with the child to find out what he/she thinks about the schedule.
The parenting agreement is the document that outlines how parents will continue to care for their children after they divorce or separate. The agreement contains a custody and visitation schedule, a holiday schedule, provisions and stipulations, and information about child support. As parents begin the process of making a parenting agreement, they usually have a lot of questions about how the agreement affects the child support payments. Here is an overview about the parenting agreement and support.
Once the mother and father have worked out where the children will live, they need to decide the visitation of the other parent. It is important that the children still have a lot of contact with both parents--one parent should not just disappear. If both parents have been involved in the care-taking of the children, the children will need more visitation with the other parent. The mother and father should look at their work schedules to figure out the arrangements.
While a parenting plan should outline ways for children to keep positive existing routines and relationships, sometimes parents overlook some obvious topics. Here are 20 questions your parenting plan must answer if you want to cover some of the most problematic areas that divorced parents face when it comes to co-parenting.