• A mediator or your attorney will help make a decision on your parenting and custody plan. f the divorce is taking place in a court, the court will review the parenting and communication history as well as the needs of the children. The focus will primarily be on the children and what they need
  • Custody, with respect to making the decisions, is separate and apart from parenting schedule. You will have an understanding, whether you have a joint parenting plan or sole custody, who is responsible for decision-making, educational decisions, medical decisions
  • It is always best to come to a custody agreement instead of having a judge make a decision on what is best for your family

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