The Lewis Leeper Blog
If the parenting plan is found to be truly unworkable, we recommend that the parents try to draft a new plan together that resolves the issues they disagree over. Obviously this isn’t always possible- if the parents could collaborate this closely to begin with, the divorce might not have occurred in the first place. But, it’s always worth a try. If the other parent is simply not willing to collaborate on a new parenting plan, consider obtaining a well-drafted parenting plan, modify it to fit your circumstances, and go from there. (We recommend the parenting plans from parentingplan.net. The feedback we’ve received indicates they’re both comprehensive and affordable.)
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