Incorporating A Parenting Plan Can Be Beneficial
When it comes to the matters of your child in a family legal issue, you should take precautionary steps to avoid future disputes. Discuss how a parenting plan can benefit your child and your co-parenting partnership by consulting Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC.
For nearly 30 years, we have provided family law guidance in Washington. You will consult with our attorney who will have firsthand knowledge of your situation. We will provide you with straightforward guidance and fair representation.
How A Parenting Plan Can Benefit You
If you and the parent of your child are not married, a parenting plan can minimize the potential for disputes. A parenting plan will outline how both parents will nurture, support and love the child. In addition, the process of creating the plan will help you and the other parent develop communication and negotiation skills necessary for your child’s transition into two homes.
Consult with our lawyer to mediate and help guide you through the creation of a parenting plan.
Case Resolution Outside Of The Courtroom
At Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, our experienced mediator can assist you in creating a plan with the parent of your child in our office. Rely on our commitment to reaching a legal outcome that benefits your children by contacting us today.