Effects on you aren't the primary concern in child custody cases

Parenting plans are a crucial part of your life if you and your child's other parent aren't in a relationship. These plans set the stage for what your child's life will be like. It is important to know that these plans are suitable for all parents who aren't together any longer. Many people tend to think of parenting plans as being for divorced parents.

We know that you want your child to have a good life. We know that you want to be a part of your child's life. The parenting plan that governs your child's life is crucial because this will be used to let you know when you can have access to your child, what kinds of decisions you can make for your child and a host of other issues.

When you are trying to come to an agreement with your ex about the parenting plan, you should remember that your child has to be the primary factor in what occurs. It is all too easy to start thinking about how decisions might affect you. That isn't how child custody matters should be approached. Instead, you have to think about how each option will affect your child before you make decisions.

Because child custody matters are so personal, it is easy to get lost in your own feelings. We are here to help you learn about the legal aspects of the options that you have for child custody. We can help you to look past the emotions and look toward your child's happiness now and in the future.