Updated: Sep 16, 2020
Divorce is a difficult process. The divorce process becomes slightly more complex when minor children are involved. Being prepared will help a family transition into post-divorce smoothly.
A parenting plan also known as child custody and child visitation agreement is a written plan so your family will have fewer conflicts about parenting time. A parenting plan also provides security to children going through the divorce process. Once both parties agree on child custodial arrangement, a Judge will sign the child custody plan and the parental plan then becomes a court order.
Here is a list of considerations for a Child Custody Plan in Santa Clarita.
Time Share- a schedule of time children will visit each parent.
What parent or will both parents make decisions about the health, education and welfare of the children.
What will meet your child's basic needs during and after divorce? Who is able to provide the children needs such as love, protection and guidance?
Where will the children be on the holidays? During school breaks?
What are regular consistent times that will work for your children?
Set up a Zoom meeting with Attorney Zavala to discuss details of your parenting plan and move forward to putting your plan into effect.