Uncontested Divorce Parenting Plans
In any contested or uncontested divorce in Georgia in which there is a minor child born to the parties or adopted by the parties, a Parenting Plan is required. Parenting Plans have been required in Georgia since January 1, 2008.
There are many components of an uncontested divorce Parenting Plans and they vary from case to case. However, the major elements that make up any Parenting Plan must comply with Georgia law and must be in the best interest of the minor child for whom the Plan is written.
Legal Custody, Dispute Resolution, Physical Custody, Visitation and the point of exchange of the child for co-parenting/visitation are the main elements for the Parenting Plan.
In an uncontested divorce, the Parenting Plan is agreed to by the parents and the must also be approved the the Court. We can advise you and assist you in agreeing to and writing an uncontested divorce Parenting Plan that will fit your situation and be in the best interest of your child/children.
If you have a minor child born to or adopted by you and your spouse and you have questions about a Parenting Plan in an uncontested Georgia divorce, feel free to call an experienced divorce attorney at (855) 353-4727.