• Be on the same page.

    I am often being approached by one parent enquiring on what their rights are regarding a Parenting Plan, because their co-parent’s lawyer is sending them a Parenting Plan that must be signed by a certain date. This is nothing short of bullying. A parenting plan is first and foremost a document developed, negotiated and agreed to by the parents of a minor child, and approved by the court. A parenting plan may address issues such as the child’s education, health care, and physical, social, and emotional well-being, and must include a time-sharing schedule. A Parenting Plan is the subject of regulation in ss 33 to 35 of the Children’s Act…