How To Create An Effective Parenting Plan That Works For You
By: Dennis Gac
When it comes to court documents, many fathers are extremely frustrated as to how their “rights” are preserved through the legal system. When it comes to visitation, the non-custodial parent is only protected by a vague line in the divorce decree that grants them “reasonable visitation.” Of course, reasonable visitation is not defined in the courtroom, and can be the one way your wife can effectively—and legally—keep you from seeing your children.
So if you want to ensure that you get the most time with your kids, it is crucial that you set up a clear-cut parenting plan with your wife during your divorce case. And by clear-cut, understand that it must be specific—maybe even TOO specific. But the more detailed it is, the better protected you are in the event a certain situation may arise with your ex-wife regarding who the kids stay with on what holiday, and who gets the kids on what weekend. By having a plan set out that determines day-to-day parenting arrangements and visitation, and a plan that breaks down exactly how holidays are split between the parents, how school breaks are divided, and how disagreements will be handled, you can then guarantee that you’ll have more time with your kids—and if she ever disagrees, you’ll have it in writing on a legal document to show the cops if it gets to that point.
Don’t let your ex-wife take advantage of the court’s vague determination of “reasonable visitation.” Know that you have the right to work with your wife and court system in establishing a detailed parenting plan in order to smooth out any arguments that may arise down the road in regards to visitation rights.
About the Author
For a wealth of free information on Father’s Rights winning information, check out Dennis Gac’s website at fathershelphotline.com. Gac is often referred to as the world’s number one father’s rights consultant, and has helped thousands of fathers get their children through the court systems, despite everything society has against them. Join Dennis Gac and the National Brotherhood of Father’s Rights!
(ArticlesBase SC #2095187)