What is a DTSW – Family Harbour Parenting Plan?
About the ebook
The nice thing about a DTSW – Family Harbour Parenting Plan is that you have complete control. You’re not stuck signing a document you don’t agree with or waiting for a judge to render a custody decision. Some families only address custody and visitation in their parenting plans, while others get into much more detail.
Before you begin working on your parenting plan, it’s critical to know how divorce impacts children and what you can do to minimize the sting.
DTSW – Family Harbour Parenting Plan might sound like a nicer term for a custody agreement, but a DTSW – Family Harbour Parenting Plan offers much more information and much more flexibility than traditional custody agreements.
About the Author
Ken S. Maynard is an Divorce Mediator and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA).
He is a specialist in creating a Soft Landing Divorce Settlement.
What’s inside this Free Survival Guide
- What is a Parenting Plan?
- Custody and visitation
- Holidays and special occasions
- Parenting style
- Supporting relationships
- The Effects of Divorce on Children
- The Importance of Both Parents
- Dealing With Your Ex-Spouse
- Supporting Your Child’s Relationship With Your Ex
- Reactions to Divorce
- Consulting your children when you make a parenting plan
- How to Develop a Parenting Plan
- How Parenting Plans Benefit Parents
- Decreased Conflict
- More Control
- Saving Money
- Planning and Certainty
- Benefits to Children of Parenting Plans
- Less Stress
- Improved Well-Being
- Stronger Relationships
- How to Write Your Plan
- Custody and Visitation
- Parenting Philosophy
- Addressing Conflicts
- Consulting With Children
- Resolving Conflicts
- Parenting Coordinator
- Legal Action
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