Parenting Plans and the Best Interests of the Children
Custodial and non-custodial parents should always uphold their responsibilities. The custodial parent must make certain that the child has access to the non-custodial parent.
Child support should be paid and visitation should continue regardless of what the other side is doing. The best way to resolve visitation and/or child support issues is through mediation or the courts if the parents can’t agree. Attempts to punish the other parent ends up hurting the children in the long run. A parent should always ask: "Is this in the best interests of the children?"
Here are a number of the elements and considerations that may go into a parenting record:
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