How to Develop A Parenting Plan In Wisconsin
To: Supervising Attorney
From: Antoinette Sartin, Paralegal
Re: How to develop a parenting plan in Wisconsin
In this memo, the Parenting Plan Requirements in Wisconsin and California going to be explain, how both Angela and David will develop a parenting plan for their children, and looking at the best interests for the children mention. Currently, Angela has sole custody of her children, Connie and Benjamin. The term “sole custody” means one parent’s right to physical or legal custody of sa child. If one parent has sole physical custody, the court will award the non-custodial parent visitation rights when appropriate (Ehow, Sole Custody vs. Joint Legal Custody).She is planning to move out of state with the children but David wants to maintain joint and shared custody. Joint custody is when in divorce actions, Cooperation between parent’s increases mutual decision-making, and the decreased hostility creates a manifestly healthier environment for the children. Children are less likely to feel conflicted in feelings of divided loyalty and to suffer stress if their parents never do battle (Family Relations Law, Parenting Plans that Work). The basic cycle is the regular routine that the parent’s most commonly follow in exchanging the children. The basis cycle can start over and repeat every week, every two weeks, every month, or any other time period that is best under the circumstances (Family Relations Law, Parenting Plans that Work). The children could cope better if their parents are on one accord during the custody process. The best parenting plans are adapted to the schedules of the parents and take into account the needs and activities of the children. If one parent has weekends off from work and the other does not, then each parent could have the children on the days that parent is not...