Developing a Child Arrangements Proposal: Putting Your Child's Needs First
A Guide to Structuring Your Thoughts and Discussions with the Other Parent
When it comes to creating a Child Arrangements proposal, it's essential to keep your child's best interests in mind. It can be difficult to know what arrangements will work best for your child, whether through mutual agreement or the court system. To help you navigate this process, we've created a guide to structuring your thoughts and discussions with the other parent.
Our guide includes a criteria that should be considered when developing your Child Arrangements proposal. It's important to evaluate each potential arrangement against what would be best for your child. We've also included a template to help you structure your thinking and discussions.
By putting your child's needs first and approaching the process with open communication and a willingness to compromise, you can create a Child Arrangements proposal that works best for everyone involved.