Parenting Plan Attorneys in Issaquah

When two people decide to end their marriage and there are children involved, it’s important that decisions are made quickly and responsibly concerning where and with whom the children will spend their time. Unfortunately, these sorts of decisions do not often come easily. While there are some couples who can come to an agreement about their parenting plan, the majority simply cannot. When there are disagreements about who the child or children will be spending their time with, there are two different ways the scenario can play out. The first way is that the two parties will obtain attorneys who will then come to an agreement through mediation. The other option is that both parties (and sometimes the children in question) will have to go to court.

At Pavithran Law Office, our Washington state child custody attorneys know that you are concerned with the well being of your child first and foremost. However, we also know that the outcome of a parenting plan has the potential to change your life and the lives of your children forever. This is why we are so passionate about offering sound legal aid to those couple who are handling custody issues on top of their divorce. If you want a certain outcome, it’s time to hire the legal team who can obtain it for you.

Making A Parenting Plan That Will Work

When you are trying to form a parenting plan that works for both spouses, it can often be a struggle. Our legal team will help you to create a plan that will not only work for you, but it will also be good enough for your ex-spouse that an agreement can be made. In the end, making a parenting plan that will work for both parties comes down to making compromises, even when you don’t want to.

Things To Consider When Making A Parenting Plan

  • Both school and regular calendars should be taken into account.
  • Both parents should acknowledge that things come up and things are easily able to get prolonged when there are children involved. Remaining flexible is key.
  • Holidays should be explicitly discussed. When does it start? When does it end?
  • Assign pick-up and drop-off duties. This applies to school, after school activities and social functions.
  • Allowances should be made for special holidays like Mother’s and Father’s day.
  • Divide time when children are out of school (summer).

Hire An Attorney You Can Trust

If you are currently going through a divorce and you need help making a parenting plan that your spouse will agree to, we can assist you at Pavithran Law Office. Our talented team of attorneys care about you and your children so we will do everything we can to help you form the ideal parenting plan in no time at all. Contact us today for more information about how we can help you.