Individualized Parenting Plans

There is no template for parenting. When parents divorce or separate, parenting plans must reflect the work schedules of parents, the educational needs of children, and a wide range of other variables.

At DuBois Levias Law Group, we help parents establish individualized parenting plans that are aimed at maximizing the role each parent plays in the child’s life. Our attorneys will work with you personally to help you achieve your most critical family law needs.

I have a crazy schedule – How can I ever come up with a predictable plan for my kids?

Balancing work and parenting is a challenge faced by every working parent. A divorce or separation can make the challenge even greater. For working parents who share visitation with the other parent, it is important that parenting plans are customized to address their specific needs.

There should never be a “cookie cutter” approach to parenting plans. Some parents work nine to five and may be best served by a more conventional plan. But some parents work nights and weekends and need a plan tailored to that schedule.

Your parenting plan must also be flexible to address the changing needs of your growing child. The needs and wishes of your child may be dramatically different at 15 than they were at 11.

Most of our lawyers are parents and so we fully understand the challenges of balancing work and parenting. We also understand how important it is that you spend as much time as possible with your child. We will put our skill and experience to work for you to help you achieve that goal.

Contact Our Family Law Firm Today

If you have further questions about child custody or your parenting plan, or want to arrange a confidential consultation with one of our Seattle or Bellevue-Redmond child custody attorneys, please contact us today. We have offices in Seattle and Bellevue-Redmond and can meet with you in one or both of those locations as needed. We look forward to helping solve your child custody or parenting plan issues.

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