What Details Should Be Included in a San Diego Parenting Plan - Divorce

What Details Should Be Included in a San Diego Parenting Plan

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

We are often asked what details should be included in a San Diego parenting plan and how detailed the plan needs to be.  A parenting plan is an important part of any San Diego divorce which involves children.  The parenting plan should be as detailed as possible and should reflect considerations for any potential challenges which might arise between the …

Parenting Plans in a Carlsbad Divorce - Parenting Time and Child Custody

Parenting Plans in a Carlsbad Divorce

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

Parents who are ending their marriages are finding it easier to agree upon the use of parenting plans in a Carlsbad divorce. The written parenting plan document outlines important issues regarding the children.  This includes, but is not limited to the time each child will spend with each parent and how decisions affecting the child will be made.  Also known …

Specific Issues to Address in a San Diego Joint Parenting Plan - Divorce

Specific Issues to Address in a San Diego Joint Parenting Plan

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

What are the specific issues to address in a San Diego joint parenting plan?  Issues of child custody and parenting time in a San Diego divorce are quite complex.  Many who attempt to formulate a strong joint parenting plan may not understand all of the issues which should be addressed in writing within the parenting plan itself. The specific schedule …

Beginning a Parenting Plan in a Carlsbad Divorce - Parenting Time

Beginning a Parenting Plan in a Carlsbad Divorce

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

What do you need to know when it comes to beginning a parenting plan in a Carlsbad divorce?  What is a parenting plan, and what are the legal underpinnings of a well-crafted plan? There are two important legal perspectives to keep in mind as you approach discussions regarding a parenting plan.  The primary concern of California Family Law as it …

How to Develop a Plan for Alternating Visitation in a Parenting Plan

What Options Should We Consider for Alternating Visitation in a Parenting Plan?

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

We are often asked “What options should we consider for alternating visitation in a parenting plan?”  What is the best way to share the custody and parenting of our children? The simple answer to that question is the central focus of California Family Law: What is in the best interests of the child? Developing a schedule for alternating time with …

Holiday Planning for Co-Parents in San Diego Custody and Parenting Time

Holiday Planning for Co-Parents in San Diego

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

While San Diego remains in the “purple” COVID-19 status holiday planning for co-parents in San Diego continues to present challenges. You have a parenting plan which was established by the Court.  It is important to remember the holiday scheduling within your parenting plan.  Holiday scheduling takes priority over the “normal” schedule of parenting time.  It is important to begin the …

Things to Consider if You Intend to Co-Parent - San Diego Divorce Lawyers

Things to Consider if You Intend to Co-Parent During or After a Divorce

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

Do you intend to co-parent during or after a divorce?  The majority of San Diego divorce cases which involve children result in child custody and parenting plans which divide the time each child will spend between each of their parent’s households. Often, the Court will issue “temporary” child custody and parenting time orders if the parents will be living in …

Crafting a Viable Parenting Plan in Your San Diego Divorce - Child Custody

Crafting a Viable Parenting Plan in Your San Diego Divorce

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

What should you learn about crafting a viable parenting plan in your San Diego divorce?  If you and your former spouse wish to co-parent your children and share physical and legal custody you will need a thorough “parenting plan.” An effective parenting plan should absolutely reflect the best interests of each child, not the wishes of either or both parents.  …