Child care issues are undeniably the most important ones you and your spouse face when going through a divorce. Everyone involved wants what's best for your children. It's agreeing on what's best that's the challenge.
Split Simple's uncontested divorce process is designed to produce a parenting plan at the end of your mediation sessions. The state of Colorado requires a parenting plan as part of any divorce agreement submitted to the court.
Our attorney-mediators use the latest research to help craft a parenting plan that serves the best interests of the child and earns a judge's approval.
If you live anywhere in Colorado and you want an experienced attorney-mediator's help crafting a parenting plan, please call Split Simple today at (855) 665-9920 or contact us online
What Is Included in a Parenting Plan
The parenting plan is essentially the culmination of all the discussions you and your spouse have during your mediation sessions. It's a comprehensive document that is designed to provide structure and support as your child matures.
Most parenting plans contain:
- Child custody provisions
- Visitation rights
- Parental responsibilities
- Decision-making authority
- Provisions for resolving any future disputes
Of course, the parenting plan is designed to provide a framework for addressing just about every issue, so its precise contents will be determined by the specific concerns that arise during your divorce sessions.
Split Simple's attorney-mediators well understand just how vital the parenting plan is. We know it's something that must be crafted with care, caution and skill. We will work with both parties to ensure that the parenting plan we produce reflects what's right for the child.
If you're considering divorce mediation, you should choose the firm that has a proven track record of protecting families with well-crafted parenting plans. Please call Split Simple today at (855) 665-9920 or contact us online.