Parenting Plans
The best interest of the children is what is most important when children are involved. It is our goal to help you develop a co-parenting plan by fully analyzing your family structure. Through this analysis we will help parents determine what needs you and your children have and what should be addressed in writing in a legal binding agreement.  Nowadays, there are many definitions of family and many definitions of parents, be they traditional or non-traditional.  In fact, the law now formally recognizes three parents and often grandparents may have a role in parenting. Navigating the variety of parenting situations can be complex and at times, incorporating co-parenting counseling may be needed.  In the end parenting plans are the blue print to a successful shared custody arrangement and are the first step to a successful post-divorce or non-marital parenting relationship