Parenting plan for children
If you are divorcing as parents, you are obliged to draw up a parenting plan; this also applies if you are not married.
We work with a well thought-out parenting plan which emphasises the quality of parenting. It focuses on that which you want for your children, it takes into consideration what the personal strengths of each parent are and what the children need and how you can make yourself available to them in the best possible way. Naturally, the parenting plan also addresses the legal matters which need to be settled, such as the primary residence, the days of the week spent with each parent (division of care, access), communication about the children and the division of cost of the children (child maintenance).
Drafting the details of the parenting plan
If the two of you are able to work out this parenting plan amongst yourselves (just the two of you sitting at the kitchen table), you are more than welcome to do so. But should you require assistance, we will be there to provide guidance and answer questions such as ‘What kind of arrangement is suitable for our children’s age?’ As we have extensive work and life experience, we will be able to give you many practical tips and information about issues you may face later on. It is our goal to, together with the parents, come up with a parenting plan that both parents as well as the children can be proud of in the future.
Parenting plan Breda
If you wish to know more about drawing up a parenting plan, please feel free to contact us. We are there to help you!Terug