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Parenting Plans and Parenting Time Archives

Why and how do you make a parenting plan?

Parenting always requires preparation, but single parenting takes more than that. It often requires planning and communication with your child's other parent. Since this level of preparedness is necessary for a child to have a good life, it's time to get serious about developing a workable parenting plan.

How can parenting plans help raise children?

We're often told as children that you accomplish more with a plan. When you have a goal, you have to picture what success looks like and work backwards to figure what you need to do to get there. The same is true when you have children, especially when parents are not living or working together.

Parenting plans can work out the future for parents and children

Fathers have the same rights as mothers under Nebraska law when it comes to child custody or visitation. The main priority of a court ruling on these issues is the best interests of the child. So, parents often have to show that the lifestyle that they can offer is the best for developing a young life.

How can you make the perfect parenting plan?

Some children may have arrived before their parents could come up with a good plan for how to raise them. During a divorce or a separation, parents generally need a plan before they can finalize child custody and other important issues that will affect adults and minors for years to come.

Celebrity real estate investor in custody battle with ex

A man and his long-time partner, who adopted a daughter together, are now in a custody battle regarding that daughter. The couple climbed to fame as real estate investors turned reality stars. One of the men has an ongoing show on Sirius XM and took airtime to mention the case.

What should be included in a parenting plan?

Attempting to create a viable parenting plan for the years following a divorce may seem like a monumental task. While it can be stressful when viewed as a whole, it becomes easily managed when broken down into smaller areas of consideration. In this post, we give you the basic necessities of what a great parenting plan should include.

How does child custody mediation work?

Many men in Omaha find themselves in the middle of a conflict over custody and parenting time. Sometimes, conflicts emerge at the outset of a paternity or a divorce proceeding, while at other times, a couple may find that they can no longer agree on the terms of a Nebraska parenting plan.

How can I get my parenting plan changed?

As this blog has mentioned before, Nebraska parenting plans are not set in stone. Unlike with other court orders and settlements, family law judges in the Omaha area have relatively broad discretion to modify the custody and parenting time provisions in a parenting plan. The logic behind this flexibility is that parenting plans are supposed to be drafted for the best interest of the children involved, and the best interest of children can change as time goes on and different circumstances arise.

Review of the Nebraska Parenting Act

Some men in Omaha who have gone through a custody or parenting time matter in family law court or who are contemplating having to do so may have heard of the Nebraska Parenting Act. This law governs all sorts of custody and parenting time proceedings and is relatively unique when compared with the laws of other states.

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