A Parenting Plan is an important part of any custody agreement. The parents involved must reach an agreement as to how their children should be raised and what part each parent will have to play in the upbringing of their child. Although a Parenting Plan will not be able to solve conflict altogether, it will make it much easier to avoid it in the long run. If parents are unable to reach an agreement, the court will establish a Parenting Plan.
With the help and representation of Boca Raton lawyers from Schuttler, Greenberg & Mullins, you are able to maintain control over the Parenting Plan, and work to come to an agreement with the other parent as to how your child will be raised. We are backed by over 75 years of collective experience in handling cases such as these and by the skills of our legal team, which includes a Supreme Court Certified Mediator. From negotiation, mediation, all the way to litigation, our team is here to protect you and your child's interests.
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Each case is different. The court reviews many factors before approving a parenting plan to ensure that the best interests of the parents and the child are being met. They may evaluate factors such as parental income, the child’s emotional attachment, evidence of abuse, and more. The parenting plan determines the custodial agreement between the parents.
Different parenting plans may apply to the parents involved if they live in close proximity to each other, or if the safety of the child is a problem, or if one parent is relocating. To learn more about your specific situation, our Boca Raton attorneys can walk you through your circumstances and help you understand the legal implications of your case.
For more information about your options, don’t hesitate to contact The Law Office of Schuttler, Greenberg & Mullins.