When it comes time to create a divorce co-parenting plan, there’s (obviously) a lot to think about. Emotions are running high and you’re likely finding yourself thinking through situations and issues you may have never imagined would arise.
Our worksheet is designed to help you think through co-parenting details big and small, in advance. Completing this worksheet ahead of parenting plan discussions with your mediator or attorney can give you the space and time you need to approach co-parenting as thoughtfully as possible.
Understanding how to create a useable co-parenting plan can be tricky, especially if you’re working through a DIY divorce. You can access legal help from our partners at Levine Family Law Group in as little as 30-minute increments – a great way to talk through your goals and have your questions answered when it comes to co-parenting and your legal rights.
Looking for more insipration? Visit our blog to read the story of Emily and Juan, a couple who divorced but committed to co-parenting their daughter, Clara. Eight years after their divorce, it’s not uncommon for them to vacation together, or even with their extended families. Read how they made it work.