- What is a Parenting Plan?
- What does the Parenting Plan tell me?
- How do I get a Parenting Plan for my child?
- When will the court approve my Parenting Plan?
- Can I ask for a Parenting Plan that gives us joint custody of our child?
- How does the court make sure we follow the Parenting Plan?
- Can I change a Permanent/Final Parenting Plan?
- What if I want to move with the child?
- May I file my Parenting Plan in Washington State?
- What if I need legal help?
It is an order a court enters in one of these legal matters:
- Divorce, also called Dissolution (Petition for Dissolution of Marriage)
- Separation (Petition for Legal Separation)
- Parentage (Petition to Establish Parentage)
- Request for a parenting plan after parentage has been settled without a parenting plan (Motion or Petition for a Parenting Plan)
- Change of child custody (Petition to Modify Custody)
- Request for child custody by a non-parent (Petition for Non-Parental Custody)
- Which parent the child will live with (custody)
- How much time the child will spend with each parent
- Which parent will make major decisions about the child
- How you and the other parent will work out major disagreements
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