Parenting Plans are usually a significant part of a Separation / Divorce Agreement. Parenting Plans can be simple or complex, depending on the parents’ wishes, emotional maturity, personalities and the needs of the children. Typical paragraphs included in Parenting Plans: The values both parents choose
Financial Budgeting is not a mandatory legal requirement, but perhaps it should be. It is one of the most complicated tasks when reaching an agreement and frequently overlooked. Without proper budgeting, most Separation / Divorce Agreements are signed with little regard to the affordability of the Agreement.
Now that you know your expenses and your financial budgets, you are ready to negotiate the financial aspects of your agreement. This can be challenging and even scary. If you have children, your situation is even more complicated. Parents have a moral, if not legal
Most separating couples have never seen one The Family Law Professional’s role is to help separating couples reach consensus during their negotiations, if possible. The following are some questions people need to consider and some of the most common Family Law sections in a Separation