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Parenting Plan: Viva la spring break! (part 3 of 3)

Any child custody action, whether it is a divorce or unmarried people who have a child in common, involves the determination of a parenting plan. A parent plan creates a residential schedule for the parents and the child. The parenting plan establishes who the child primarily lives with, and the other's parent visitation.

Parenting Plan: Viva la spring break! (part 2 of 3)

When you have a child with someone it doesn't matter if you're divorcing or breaking up...you're going to have to talk about who gets time with the child and when. This is what a parenting plan accomplishes; establishing each parent's schedule with the child. A parenting plan gives the parents, and more importantly, the child, stability and a routine for visitation.

Parenting Plan: Viva la spring break! (part 1 of 3)

I'm afraid this post isn't jam-packed with exciting or exotic Spring Break travel destinations. This post is on a more tame subject matter...about creating a spring break schedule in your parenting plan

Parenting Plan: Creating a winter break schedule (part 4 of 4)

As discussed in part three of this four part series, using Christmas Day for the parenting plan's winter break exchange seems reasonable because the parents each have Christmas Day. But this may result in an uneven division of time.

Parenting Plan: Creating a winter break schedule (part 3 of 4)

When separating parties have children together a parenting plan designates custody of the children. In Washington, the custodial parent is known as the primary residential parent as he or she is the parent that the children primarily reside with. The parenting plan also designates when each parent has the child during school breaks or school vacations (winter, spring, summer). This post is part three of a four part post on creating a winter break schedule.

Parenting Plan: Creating a winter break schedule (part 2 of 4)

When a relationship ends and parties have a child together, a parenting plan or residential schedule should be prepared to designate the child's time with each parent. The parenting plan also addresses when each parent has the child during school breaks or vacations. This post focuses on the winter break or winter vacation. 

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