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Developing A Plan That Works For You And Your Children

If you have children, co-parenting is one of the greatest challenges that come with a divorce or relationship breakup. Even if you and your soon-to-be former spouse or partner are experiencing a painful divorce or separation, your children need stability and structure. They need a good relationship with you and your former partner. That takes good planning, consistent effort, and helpful guidancelegal advice.

At Rebecca H. Fischer, P.A., I can help you plan your divorce, reach appropriate parenting plan/timeshare agreements, and set up a foundation of clear co-parenting boundaries and responsibilities.

You Can Ask Me Your Difficult Questions

Talk to me about your questions and concerns regarding co-parenting:

  • Who will drop off the kids for timeshare? When and where?
  • How soon do we need to develop schedules and logistical plans?
  • Who will pay for activities, clothes, and other extras?
  • How do we reach agreement on educational and medical issues?
  • Can my former spouse be required to pay for any expenses after our child turns 18? What if our child has special needs?
  • Will day-care costs be built into the child support calculation?
  • What do I do if my spouse isn’t doing enough to care for our child?
  • Can I adjust or modify our custody orders?
  • How do I communicate with my children about my former partner being in a new relationship?

Talk To An Experienced Lawyer About Co-Parenting

Just as every child is different, every co-parenting and custody situation is different. You can reach out to me for guidance. To request a consultation, please call my Hollywood law office at 954-546-7250 or send me an email.