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Whether you are on good terms with your future ex spouse or not, divorce tends to be an unpleasant experience where emotions run high and things can spiral out of control quickly. We at Strategic Divorce Consultants guide our clients, prepare them for what lies ahead, and help them achieve their priorities and prevent them from making the rash emotional “Get It Over With” decisions, these decisions once codified in your Separation or Divorce Agreement could be damaging to you up until your youngest child becomes a legal adult at 18 or even in some states until your child turns 21 years of age as these decisions may not be reversible no matter how much time and money is spent trying to do so.

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Thanks to Strategic Divorce Consultants I know that I wont have to go more then a couple of consecutive days without seeing my children. I feel so much better about getting divorced now. Don’t get divorced without them!

Atlanta, Georgia

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The Parenting Plan

Parenting Plans are much more than simply dividing custody time between Parents It is a roadmap to co-parenting and it will have a large impact not only on your children, but your future personal life as well.

Have you and/or your Divorce lawyer discussed how the following Parenting Issues are going to be addressed in your Parenting Plan?

    • How can I see or communicate with my children during the other parents’ custodial parenting time?
    • What contingencies are built into the plan for life event changes such as job loss, job changes?
    • Will my ex be allowed to have Significant Others sleep over the house while my children are there?
    • How can I make sure that I get “first rights” such as first contact for emergencies, having the right to be with my children during non-custody times before any babysitter or other third party watches my children etc.?
    • Will I have the right to be with my children on Birthdays, Holidays and Special events even if these days fall during the other parents’ time, or special events are organized by the other parent?
    • How do we save money for our children’s college while divorced?
    • How will I ensure that my children are raised in the preferred religion?
    • Which parent will be responsible for health care insurance for my children and what happens if that parent loses their employment or coverage?
    • How will Tax deductions and dependent FSA accounts be handled?
    • What will be the logistical plan for the children to go from one household to the other?

Whether you are on good terms with your future ex spouse or not, divorce tends to be an unpleasant experience where emotions run high and things can spiral out of control quickly. We at Strategic Divorce Consultants guide our clients, prepare them for what lies ahead, and help them achieve their priorities and prevent them from making the rash emotional “Get It Over With” decisions which once codified in your agreement, could be damaging to you up until your youngest child becomes a legal adult at 18, as these decisions may not be reversible no matter how much time and money is spent trying to do so.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

 

 

Please note that we are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice.

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