Parenting Plans and Parental Plans – Questions and Answers

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Parenting Plans Questions and Answers

advice-child-maintenance-child-custody-divorceWe introduced this Parenting Plans Questions and Answers page for you to post questions you may have on the topic. For example, if you want to know whether you should enter into a parenting plan, pose a question with some background facts. At the same time, should you be able to assist others who posted questions below, requiring some advice on Parenting Plans, please proceed and reply to their comments. In that manner, we would all be able to assist each other and increase our online knowledge base. Therefore, although we a are legal consultancy, specialising in family law, you may have problems or experiences that we have not encountered. Let us share in our knowledge of Parenting Plans.

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Other family law resources on this website

There are various other family law resources on this website that you may find useful. For example, there is a downloadable child maintenance calculator. The resources may assist you with whatever questions you have, or information you require on Parenting Plans. Therefore, after posting your question, or any time after, have a look at the useful resources and information on our website. Some of these resources are listed hereafter.

Articles and Q&A

There are a range of legal articles on this website dealing with various family law issues. Some of these articles are straight forward, outlining the legal position on a family law related topic. For example, how to apply for child maintenance, or how to get divorced. Other articles are written in the form of answering a specific legal question. For example, do I pay maintenance if I am unemployed, or what do I do if I want to leave the country with my child, and the other parent does not want to provide consent? Those articles are in blog format. This means that you are welcome to comment or pose questions to increase our knowledge base. The clear idea behind our website is that we want to make family law legal information more accessible and available to the public.

Downloadable resources

We created some downloadable resources for free on this website. They are:

1 Free Basic Will Tool Kit

2. Free Shariah Will Template

3. Free Divorce Starter Tool Kit

4. Free Child Maintenance Calculator

5. Free DIY Urgent Child Contact Toolkit

Feel free to download these useful resources. Click on the links above, and complete the online purchase process. The purchase price is R 0. Thereafter, a downloadable link would be emailed to you. Once you received the email, download it as soon as possible as the link would expire after two months. We hope that we assisted you with any queries you had on Parenting Plans. If not, feel free to arrange a consultation with us.

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5 thoughts on “Parenting Plans and Parental Plans – Questions and Answers”

  1. Good afternoon.
    The father of my children and I cannot agree on a Parenting Plan. What can I do?

    1. Good day Marie

      A parenting plan by its very definition is a document the parents agree to. If you and the father cannot come to an agreement, then a court would have to intervene. This can be very expensive and time consuming. What we suggest is that you try to see a more experienced mediator to resolve the matter and to get you to agree on a Parenting Plan.

    2. Hello

      If you cannot agree on a Parenting Plan, we would suggest you see a professional to assist you . Here you can use a lawyer, social work, psychologist or other suitably qualified person. If that does not work,, and there are still issues, a court would have to be approached to resolve it. This can however be expensive and only a last resort.

  2. Good day
    Can you explain the relevance of a parenting plan?
    I am divorced and my ex husband thinks we should get a parenting plan legally drafted but I don’t think its necessary.

    Kindly elaborate.
    Thanks

    1. Good day
      In essence, a parenting is appropriate for parents who constantly disagrees on parenting aspects. For example, when contact should be exercised. The Plan would be drafted with the purpose of avoiding future disputes. So if there is an issue, you refer to the plan.

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