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When parents choose to get a divorce, they need to address a number of legal issues related to their children. As they make decisions and resolve disputes related to the allocation of parental responsibilities and parenting time, they will create a parenting plan that will dictate how these matters will be handled going forward. 

Whether you are getting a divorce or working to establish a child custody agreement as an unmarried parent, you may worry about how to address the areas that are in dispute, reach agreements that will meet your family’s needs, and avoid ongoing conflict as much as possible. Handling these matters through litigation can lead to increased conflict, stoking feelings of anger and resentment and making it more difficult to cooperate in the future. 
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