This ‘just in case’ agreement spells out how the two of you would like child custody to work in case of divorce or separation.
Protect your children from divorce
No marriage starts with divorce in mind. To those who experience it, divorce is almost always a ‘black swan’ – a seemingly unlikely, difficult to predict, event with a catastrophic impact if it happens.
It is much easier to agree to a plan while you’re on good terms – and nearly impossible to be rational and fair while in the throes of divorce. To protect children from the trauma of divorce, it’s time we create Coparenting Plans while parents are in a good place.
We can help you create a plan
This ‘just in case’ agreement spells out how the two of you would like child custody to work in case of divorce or separation. Judges will almost always accept a Coparenting Plan from parents in agreement. And while it may be unenforceable if a parent decides to fight it, not having plan virtually guarantees you’ll be in for a fight.