What to consider when creating a parenting plan

If you're creating a parenting plan with your ex-spouse, you'll have a lot of things to think about. For one, you'll want to ensure that your parenting plan honors the scheduling needs of both parents, while, at the same time, serving the best interests and emotional needs of your children.

Is financial security possible after divorce?

You might have heard a horror story or two about someone who divorced and lost nearly everything. From the contents of the family home to the property itself to the retirement funds, everything went to the other spouse in the divorce.

Questions you and your ex should ask when making a parenting plan

A parenting plan is a bit different than a custody agreement. If you're both going to have custody rights, the parenting plan helps you make joint decisions about how you're going to raise the child, streamlining the process.

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