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The importance of parenting plans in divorce cases by arlene kock

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A family law attorney for over 30 years, Arlene D. Kock has extensive expertise in her field. She frequently handles divorce cases, many of which involve reaching an agreement in regards to child custody. Arlene Kock exercises an in-depth understanding of California law, which emphasizes the development of parenting plans in divorce cases that involve children.

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The importance of parenting plans in divorce cases by arlene kock

  1. 1. By Arlene Kock
  2. 2. A family law attorney for over 30 years, Arlene D. Kock has extensive expertise in her field. She frequently handles divorce cases, many of which involve reaching an agreement in regards to child custody. Arlene Kock exercises an in-depth understanding of California law, which emphasizes the development of parenting plans in divorce cases that involve children.
  3. 3. A parenting plan is often referred to as a “time-share plan” or a “custody and visitation agreement.” In developing this plan, the parents work to reach a written agreement as to how the child’s time will be split between the two parents.
  4. 4. However, this plan does not only simply divide parenting time. It also specifies how decisions regarding the child are made, with the goal of ensuring the child’s continued welfare and wellbeing. Since many decisions will need to be made involving such factors as health practices and education, reaching a written agreement on these matters is particularly important in order to avoid future problems. A continued atmosphere of fighting and arguing is harmful for children; therefore, it is of the utmost importance to establish a parenting plan that ensures a safe and happy atmosphere in which a child can grow.

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