A Parenting Plan Is Not The Equivalent Of Child Custody

When it comes to the care of your child as a single parent or a divorcee, a judge will determine which parent will have custody. The other parent will not have the same custodial rights, but they may create a parenting plan. For a thorough understanding of how a parenting plan or child custody will affect you and your family, you will want to consult us.

At Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, we have provided practical and effective legal advice to families for nearly three decades. We follow through on our promises and our commitment to helping you reach the legal outcome you are seeking. Rely on us to help you with child custody and parenting plans.

The Difference Between Child Custody And A Parent Plan

The major difference is that child custody determines which parent will take care of the child for a majority of the time. The parenting plan determines when and where the other parent will spend time with the child. A judge will determine child custody whereas the parents would decide on the terms of the parenting plan.

Consult our attorney for more information about child custody and parenting plans.

Compassionate Child Custody Lawyer

We understand the complexities of child related family law cases. Our attorney considers the well-being of the child and your best interest. At Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, we commit ourselves to identifying and guiding you to your best possible outcome. You will have personal representation from our lawyer inside and outside of court.

Schedule your consultation with our Puyallup, Washington, office today by calling 253-256-1255. You can also email us by completing this online contact form.