Parenting Plans are a required part of the divorce settlement agreement. A Parenting Plan must be written to address all children until they have graduated high school. They must be reviewed and approved by a judge before a divorce will be granted. We assist divorcing parents in creating their Parenting Plans that are custom fit for their unique family.
Parenting Plans Typically Include:
- Designation of legal and physical custody
- Parenting time schedule (Visitation)
- Holiday and summer schedule
- Dispute resolution provisions
- Parental behavior parameters
- Final decision-making on important issues such as healthcare, education, religion, and extracurricular activities
- Procedures to handle educational information
- Communication procedures
- Transportation of the children
- Travel protocol
- And additional provisions specific to your family’s needs
To learn more or request assistance, please call Dr. Howard Drutman at 678.670.7020 or Caroline Leavitt, Ph.D. at 770.592.0150.