Make your parenting plan with an eye on the future

Typically, when a couple divorces, it is because it is the best option available. But it is important to understand that the decisions that are made during the divorce process can have long-term effects. And although asset division is finalized once the final decree is signed, issues regarding child custody and visitation may continue until a child reaches adulthood.

And this is why if you are expecting to be a non-custodial parent, you want to make sure that you get fair and reasonable visitation rights. Such rights will be contained in your parenting plan, which you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are required by Florida law to create and submit to the court for approval.

Among the details contained in a parenting plan will be a time-sharing schedule that clearly outlines who will have possession of the child and at what times. There are a number of factors that may be taken into consideration when drawing up a parenting plan, including the child's schooling situation, emotional state and health needs. And because every family is unique, your parenting agreement will likely contain conditions that are specific to your family's needs.

Divorce can be such a stressful process; it can sometimes be difficult to see clearly how the details of your parenting agreement will affect your life in the future. Attorney Amy L. Beauchaine recognizes both the challenges and the requirements inherent in crafting an effective parenting agreement. She has experience advising and representing parents who want to make sure that their plan will work in the present and as the years pass. You can read more about her services on the parenting plan page of this website.

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