What is a "parenting plan" and why do we need one?
New Hampshire law requires divorcing and separating parents to submit on a detailed document explaining how they will share parental rights and responsibilities. This "parenting plan" deals with decision-making, routine parenting schedule, holidays and vacations, transportation, and information exchange. Most parents work out their parenting plan through mediation or other decision-making option.
More information on parenting plans is available in this article:
Parental Rights and Responsibilities
Posted January 2, 2015
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