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Parenting is never the same — or easy — during or after a separation or divorce. Everything from how to define joint custody to where to go to school to where children will spend holidays is up in the air. You want to make sure your children have the best plan possible for how they will grow up with two parents living apart, but may not know how to move forward. A solid, realistic parenting plan can help ease some of these concerns.
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.