WORKSHEET: Create Your Co Parenting Plan

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 a worksheet to help you think through co-parenting details, large and small. This free worksheet helps you and your ex plan your ideal co-parenting arrangements, so you can make sure everyone is on the same page when it comes to your kids.

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.

Parenting Plan worksheet

Download your Parenting Plan Worksheet

Want to create a more specific plan in accordance with your state? Download one of the worksheets below:

Download our CALIFORNIA Parenting Plan worksheet now

Download our COLORADO Parenting Plan Worksheet

Download our UTAH Parenting Plan Worksheet

Download our TEXAS Parenting Plan Worksheet

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.

Related: How to Talk to Your Ex About Spousal/Child Support

Need help? You can talk to a divorce coach or mediator 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.
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