The parents have filed suit, went to mediation, attended trial, or settled their issues as they relate to child custody, visitation, and support. As a result, the parents have a visitation and holiday schedule, established modes of communication, and settled on child support. The parents are satisfied or as best as they can be in the situation. Anything missing?
On this week’s #FamilyFriday article the attorneys at ERA Law Group, LLC want to discuss the importance of Parenting Plans. You’ve heard it, we’ve written about it, and everyone knows it – divorce can get ugly and children are often the first to suffer. Parenting Plans encourage parents to focus on the needs of their children, how best to co-parent, and how to anticipate and/or address the various changes in their lives at the time of its creation and in the future.