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Why is a Parenting Plan needed?

One of the biggest advantages of creating a Parenting Plan, is that it brings clarity during a time of uncertainty. This ensures that tensions created behind closed doors during times of negotiations, do not affect the emotional well-being of the children. A well-designed plan is essential for effective co-parenting. When everyday decisions are planned for and running smoothly, it enables one to focus on being a parent. The child’s best interests are put first. Thus more certainty is created and the process becomes less unpredictable.