A Parenting Plan is a document that establishes each parent's rights and responsibilities regarding their child. While relatively recent in Florida, they are necessary to avoid some common co-parenting issues. 1. In Disagreement, the Parenting Plan Controls: In theory, you and the other parent could take the Parenting Plan, place it in a drawer, and never look at it again. If you both agree to something different then you can do essentially anything you both consent to.
What happens if you and the other parent live far away from one another and airplane travel is necessary for timesharing? Typically the Court will divide these expenses between the parties on a pro-rata bases, meaning you each will pay a percentage of the travel expenses based upon your respective incomes when combined. #ParentingPlan #Parenting #LongDistance #Travel #TravelCost