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A parenting plan is simply an order from a judge (or, depending on the county you live in, a court commissioner) that outlines how a child’s parents will share their rights and responsibilities to their children. If you and your spouse are seeking a divorce and you have children under the age of eighteen, you must either create a parenting plan yourself or allow the court to create one for you. Further, the court may enter a temporary parenting plan, which will govern while the divorce or separation proceedings are still going on.
In Washington, all parenting plans must include provisions outlining the following:
A judge orders a parenting plan in a number of different scenarios, including when…
If you or a loved one are in need of assistance in creating or understanding a parenting plan, don’t hesitate to call the team at David J. Crouse & Associates today.