Part of divorce includes creating a plan for which parent has certain days, holidays, weekends and general time with the children – or outlining the rotation of significant days fairly. Ideally, parents work together to maintain effective, post-divorce communication for the best situation for their children.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen; it is for those situations that a parenting time plan becomes a guide for the family.
When parents communicate well and put children’s interests first, post-divorce life can be smooth and stress-free. During the divorce process, spouses discuss how they’d like to arrange parenting time post-divorce.
Anything is possible; parenting time schedules are as unique as the people creating them.