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This parenting plan worksheet can help you and the other parent spell out the details of how you are going to parent. If you and the other parent develop a parenting plan, each of you should keep a copy.
Use the blank spaces below to type your responses. Once finished, you'll be able to print or save the document to your computer.
In the spaces provided below, give the full names and date of birth of each child. If any of your children have a different parent, indicate this after their name.
Name of any other person with an interest in and relationship to child, e.g. grandparent, separated parent.
Special days (birthdays)
Special occasions (weddings, funerals, graduation)
School sports, church, and community events (parent-teacher conferences)
Transportation responsibilities, exchange times and places
Special instructions or restrictions
When children are with Mom
When children are with Dad
Yearly time-sharing schedule
Transportation details (including costs)
How information will be shared
How decisions will be made and by whom (education, day care, medical, culture and spiritual upbringing)?
Who will give (non-medical) consents for the child?
Who will apply for a passport, license, permits and other benefits and privileges on behalf of the child?
How will disagreements be resolved?
School-related information (report cards, disciplinary problems, school activities)
Health-related information (illnesses, checkups, prescriptions)
Community and special events
Amount (determined by the Child Support Guidelines)
Carried by whom?
Contributions by parents
Financial planning options
Procedure for making claims
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