Parenting Plan

| Feb 28, 2013 | Child Custody |

A Person recently said online that they had missed their court date and their divorce had been finalized in their absence. It was not a case where there were many assets to divide so their main concern was finding out about what custody and visitation was ordered.

Here in Georgia, a parenting plan has been required in all divorces involving children since 2007. So, if the divorce is final, there is a parenting plan on file and you should be able to get a copy from the clerk’s office.

A parenting Plan is a legal document that exactly defines each parent’s custody and visitation rights. It will cover each day of the month for every year that the child is under age 18 or still enrolled in high school up to age 20.

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