Co-Parenting and Parental Responsibility

co-parentingSeveral years ago the legislature updated the meaning of custody. Today a father and mother are both co-parents of a minor child and ideally should equally share the responsibilities and joys of raising their child to adulthood. While divorce may be hard on two adults, its consequences can be far more devastating on children, many of whom are too young to understand what is happening to their family.

Our experienced Palm Beach County divorce and family law attorneys can prepare a comprehensive Parenting Plan, a roadmap if you will, that spells out, among other things, how the parties are going to communicate with each other and with the children, which parent’s address will be used for school boundary purposes, and whether or not Jennifer can take ballet lessons during Dad’s timesharing. Leaving these issues unaddressed may lead to unwanted consequences in the future, so let our experienced divorce and family law attorneys assist you so you can focus your attention on doing what you do best: being the best parent you can be to your child.

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