It’s time to create a divorce co-parenting plan, and you (obviously) have a lot to think about. But don’t stress. We created this template to help you think through co-parenting details, large and small.
Complete this worksheet ahead of parenting plan discussions with your mediator or attorney. It’ll 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 your divorce coach in as little as 30-minute increments—a great way to talk through your goals and get answers to questions about co-parenting and your legal rights.
Looking for more inspiration? 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.