Parenting Plan About Future Care Arrangements for your Children

Parenting Plan About Future Care Arrangements for your Children
24 May

Parenting Plan About Future Care Arrangements for your Children

Parenting Plan About Future Care Arrangements for your Children

Are you and your former partner discussing the future care arrangements for your child or children?  If so, perhaps consider entering into a Parenting Plan

It is a private agreement between two parents which can detail the agreed arrangements in relation to a child/children. This includes provisions for the time, school holidays, special occasions, telephone communication, etc.

A Parenting Plan when signed by both parties then comes into effect. And it is flexible and can be updated as and when the parents require or at important junctions in a child’s life i.e. when commencing Prep. 

However, it is important to note that a Parenting Plan is not legally binding and cannot be enforced. This means that if a parent breaches the terms and conditions of a Parenting Plan there is no direct consequence. Although this can be used as evidence in Court proceedings. 

To further discuss Parenting Plans, please Contact our experienced team of Brisbane family lawyers at James Noble Law for more information.

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