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4 Reasons To Modify Your Existing Parenting Plan

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At the conclusion of a custody case, each parent receives a copy of the custody and visitation agreement, which is often referred to as a parenting plan. This plan contains important details about how much time a child spends with each parent, how decisions are to be made about the child’s care, and which parent is responsible for each aspect of the child’s life. For example, a parenting plan may outline who is responsible for taking a child to sports practice, helping a child with homework, or transporting a child to other activities. Read More»