Parenting Plans: When Your Children Win, Everyone Wins

An otherwise agreeable divorce can quickly become emotional once your kids are involved. As a parent, you want what's best for your children. However, when you face the prospect of not spending as much time with them, it can be very hard not to let emotions influence your thinking.

Old assumptions — and laws — governing child custody are changing, however. Kentucky law now has a stated preference for shared parenting plans wherever possible, so each parent has roughly equal parenting time with the children.

This is good news for many divorcing couples who may have worried they would be fighting for sole custody over their children. Instead of ugly courtroom battles, more and more divorcing parents are able to focus on finding a parenting plan that works for everyone involved, but especially the children.

Find The Solution That Works For Your Family

Attorney Britt Stevenson can help guide you through the process of creating a parenting plan that works for your family, whether you are starting from scratch during a divorce or modifying an existing plan after a move, remarriage or other significant change. We'll look at what has worked for you in the past and what works now, given the realities of your new situation.

Take Control Of The Situation

The one person that you do not want making parenting decisions for you is a judge. We will do everything we can to help you work out a parenting arrangement outside of court, giving you as much control as possible over the situation.

To get answers to your questions and the information you need to move forward, call our Louisville office at 502-208-5083 or send us a message online. All prospective clients are invited to schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer.