PARENTING PLANS AND CUSTODYDelete 2017. 9. 29. 03:18
PARENTING PLANS AND CUSTODY
In Alabama, unless circumstances dictate otherwise, the family court system prefers some variation of joint physical custody for divorcing couples with children. Even when parents may not be seeking joint custody, if there are no solid reasons why sole custody should be awarded, the court usually leans to a shared agreement when they deem it to be in the best interest of any children involved.
Regardless of the situation, you will need a court approved parenting plan that describes in detail how each child will be cared for as well as details about how time will be shared with both parents.
You’ll also need to consider how your custody agreement may affect child support. If one parent is going to spend significantly more time with a child than the other, it’s up to them to show the court why a standard child support formula might need modified.
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