When it comes to maximizing your parenting plan, it pays to plan ahead. Yes, we’re just heading into winter, but summer is coming, and if you haven’t hammered out a parenting plan when the time arrives, you could be left out in the cold. Once you know your vacation schedule and your plans for your children’s summer activities have gelled, it’s time to think about your parenting time for the summer. The more time you give your children’s other parent to take things into consideration, the more amenable to cooperating he or she might be. The most important step you can take in protection of your parental rights (in relation to your summer parenting plan) is consulting with an experienced Minnesota child custody attorney.
Child custody concerns in Minnesota are often complicated. One factor the courts encourage divorcing parents (and parents facing child custody concerns outside of divorce) to address is alternative summer parenting time schedules. There are a variety of important reasons for doing so, including:
The best way to address your summer head-on is by gathering all the relevant information related to your summer plans (and your ex’s if he or she is willing to participate) to help ensure that you have everything you need to make important scheduling decisions in one place. Factors to consider include:
In other words, there is likely some serious scheduling to take on in terms of your parenting plan for summer.
The accomplished Minnesota child custody attorneys at Atticus Family Law dedicate their practice to helping clients like you resolve their pressing parenting time concerns, and we’re here for you too. To learn more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
February 07, 2022
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