As part of the separation or divorce process couples with children will need to create a parenting plan which defines which parent will have parenting responsibilities over the course of a year. Parenting plans typically include details about a regular parenting plan (often during the school year for school-aged children), summers, vacations, holidays, snow and sick days, birthdays and any other days that are important to your family. Parenting plans can change as children age or as parents move or change jobs. There are as many parenting plans as there are families – each one is different. I can help you create a parenting plan that works for your family.
Collaborative Divorce and Collaborative Practice
Separation for Unmarried Couples
Parenting Plans (Custody or Visitation Plans)
Family Support Calculations (Child Support and Alimony)