Wisconsin Parenting Plan Template
Start discussing and documenting all the topics required by the court.
A custody and placement proceeding can get ugly if parents can't come to an agreement. To get an idea of what types of decisions you will need to make, download our form. Reviewing the form is a good way to prepare yourself mentally for the conversations you'll need to have regarding your children.
Remember courts like to start from the presumption that it's best for the child to maximize time with both parents. This does not necessarily mean that the schedule will be an even split, but will allow the child as much time with each parent as is realistically possible. To maximize time, the court considers where the child goes to school, where the child goes to daycare, where the child lives and how close influential family members (like grandparents) live. Click here to see some custody schedule examples.
All of these factors matter when a court makes a judgment on custody and placement if parents can't agree on a parenting plan. Get the best possible outcome in your custody case by putting yourself in the best position to maximize time with your children and those influential members of their life.
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