Every situation is unique, so it’s important to take the nuances of your circumstances when creating a parenting arrangement.

Some of the things you should think about when making the arrangement include:

  • Location of your children’s school
  • Your children’s activities, including out-of-school activities
  • Care requirements
  • Medical treatment requirements
  • How you share the financial responsibility with the other parent
  • How you communicate with the other parent
  • The children’s wishes (if they are older)

If you need help with creating a parenting plan our experienced child custody lawyers in Melbourne can help you.

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