Who could help a divorcing couple create a co-parenting plan?

By Laura M. Urbik Kern
May 05, 2016

Mediators, their attorneys… If neither attorney is being in agreement, then you can give the two plans to the judge and the judge can make a decision, based on the hearing, on which plan he's going to use (or a combination of those plans).


With 30 years of experience in family law, Laura M. Urbik Kern is a certified mediator and family lawyer who concentrates on dissolution, family and juvenile law, child support, and complex domestic relations cases. To learn more about Laura, visit her firm's online profile or her website laurakern.com.

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May 05, 2016
Categories:  Children and Divorce|FAQs

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