Here are the common ways divorcing parents split their children’s time. 2-2-5-5 50/50 3-4-4-3 50/50 2-2-3 50/50 Two weeks each 50/50 X days each 50/50 Every weekend 60/40 or 70/30 Alternating weeks 50/50 Monthly (e.g. 1st, 3rd, 5th) 80/20 or 70/30

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Question: Attorney Chi provides an overview of the parenting plan Answer:     English Schedule is very specific around days, time, you can see your children. How to divide holidays, how do divide birthdays how to divide mother’s day, father’s day. All of those holidays are taken into consideration. But the parenting plan is a…

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Divorce does not only affect you financially but also emotionally. It will probably be the worst or the best time of your life, depends on the situation you are in. Very often when you file for a divorce, you build up a tower of expectations around you and then feel depressed when the divorce settlement…

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The temporary orders take place either through the mediation process, ordered by a judge or through the scheduled court hearings. When it is necessary, the court grants the family law orders and these orders proceed until both partners approach an official settlement. Why you need temporary family law orders? How your spouse and you must…

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The court may limit your residential time with your children and may deny you joint decision making or alternative dispute resolution if the court finds any one of the following: Refusal to care for the children and perform parenting duties and responsibilities Physical, sexual or emotional abuse of the child History of domestic violence or…

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A Parenting Plan signed by a judicial officer and entered in court is a court order. If you and your former spouse agree to make a change, for example, if you exchange emails and agree that instead of returning the kids at noon, it’s okay to return them at 3:00 p.m., then that’s fine. However,…

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If you and your spouse have a child or children who are under 18 years old or otherwise dependent, then the court will require that a Parenting Plan be entered with the court in order for you to finalize your divorce. If you have been served divorce papers that include a Proposed Parenting Plan with…

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Question What’s a Parenting Plan Answer   ENGLISH Hi! My name is Dr. Deirdre Bowen. I am a professor at the Seattle University School of Law. The information that I am about to provide to you should be taken as just that: information and not legal advice. One of the things that you may have…

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Number 1 If you really like it, have it. Be it your bungalow or your car, you can always, always negotiate and agree on terms to retain what you want during your divorce. Talk to your spouse and there’s a very good chance for you to retain your favorite belonging. Number 2 Utilize your time…

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INTRODUCTION Child custody relocation is not uncommon in Washington following a divorce or separation; certain rules are there which parents have to keep in their minds before moving the aforesaid act, even if you are facing the tough time according to economic and feel to have no choice, then parents have to be ensured for the move/locate of their…

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