Creating Your Parenting Plan
The process of creating a parenting plan can be emotionally difficult. At Grotta & Associates, P.C., we can help guide you, making the process as smooth as possible and offering our experience to make sure we are creating a plan that works for you and your family.
We Use Our Experience To Your Advantage
When creating a parenting plan, it is important to consider things like:
- The needs of the children. Especially when children are young, it is important to maintain stability throughout this process. A new parenting plan should not disrupt their routine without good reason.
- The details. For instance, it is easy to be general with holidays and say you will figure out year by year. However, it is best to be as specific as possible with the new arrangement.
- Your own needs. When you are going through a divorce, you may want to keep the children from your soon-to-be ex-spouse and disregard the fact that perhaps your work schedule precludes you from taking them to school every morning.
Overall, to create a parenting plan that works, it is important to be reasonable. That is why it can be such a great help to have an attorney at your side, to review the choices and offer advice.
In addition to our experience, we are responsive to your concerns. We know this is a stressful time, and we work to ease your mind by answering questions and being available to you. We also focus on being efficient with your funds while we work to get the best possible outcome for you.
Contact Us Today For Help
Parenting plans can be difficult to change after they are arranged. Make sure it’s right the first time. To speak with one of our attorneys and get our help, call our office at 708-873-9500. We are also available through our online contact form.