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Even after you develop a written plan, you are going to have to understand and figure out how to work together with your co-parent for years to come. Feel free to reach out to me for a personal consultation. We will find a time and place that will work best for you, and you won’t be disappointed.
Make Sure Your Parenting Plan Works
A written parenting plan, in Missouri, is a cornerstone of any child visitation or custody agreement. You will need it to address factors such as:
- An out-of-state move by one parent
- One parent having a significant change in work schedule
- Remarriage of one parent
- A serious change in health condition or accident involving either a parent or the child
- Any abuse or neglect concerns
Depending on the situation, many other details may need to be included in your parenting plan as well.
Negotiating a parenting plan can be fraught, but you can develop one that is everyone’s best interest, especially your children. Please call me at 573-303-3015 or email me for an individual, private consultation with no obligation or pressure. Even if you choose another lawyer, I am certain you will gain knowledge from our conversation and be able to determine the best path to move forward.