A parenting agreement or parenting plan is a formal agreement between parents that details how much time a child will spend with either parent, whether visitation will be granted and whether the child will receive child support. A plan may be put in place as part of a divorce, or it may also serve the needs of unmarried parents. At The Law Office of Christi A. Misocky, P.C., a team of legal professionals can help guide you through this process. I am Christi A. Misocky, a Charlotte parenting agreement lawyer who can help you create a plan that serves the best interests of your child.
Child custody and visitation determinations can be emotionally contentious. Get understanding legal help on your side. Contact a North Carolina family law attorney onlineor call 704-256-9231 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
Helping You Form a Child Custody Plan
Creation of a parenting plan is not exclusive to couples who are getting a divorce. They are also useful for unmarried parents who wish to formalize a custody or visitation plan, parents who are seeking child support, and for those who are looking to modify an existing child custody and child support plan.
Ideally, both parents will be able to reach an agreement on the terms of a parenting agreement. However, this is not always possible. Regardless of your circumstances, I will work closely with you to create an agreement that has the best interests of your child in mind. I understand the legal processes used in North Carolina and South Carolina, and can help move your agreement through efficiently and effectively.
Contact a Spartanburg Shared Parenting Plan Lawyer
I will work hard to help create a shared parenting plan that all parties can agree to. Contact a Charlotte parenting agreement attorney online or call 704-256-9231 for an initial consultation to discuss your situation.