Posts tagged "Parenting Plans and Parenting Time"
It is fairly common to include in Nebraska parenting plans a provision that the two parents are not to criticize one another in front of the children or say or imply anything negative about the other parent.
Nebraska is a state that really tries to encourage parents to get along with each other when it comes to custody and parenting time. This approach can be a huge advantage to fathers in the Omaha area who want to maintain a relationship with their children. After all, it means the parents must commit to some co-parenting. It's important to note, however, that this means not just visiting with the children, but also taking responsibility for them.
For most parents, the assumption is that when children reach adulthood and move out, they can move on from the responsibilities of raising children to enjoy their golden years. When their children have kids, they can become doting grandparents, the kind who take kids on fun outings and spoil them with toys. Sadly, more grandparents in Nebraska are taking up the responsibilities of parents when their children prove unable to handle them.