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We Agree: Creating a Parenting Plan Parenting Agreement Worksheet Oklahoma Version

This worksheet will help parents put together a parenting plan that meets the needs of their children as they parent apart. It provides tips on how to reach legal custody agreements and major decision making strategies such as: medical care and religion and cultural heritage. Provided is a form that can be used for both parents to have written decisions on how to co-parent. The form highlights all aspects of co-parenting to help prevent conflict and strife during this stressful time including: physical custody and parenting time, holidays, vacation, participation in children's activities, child care, financial responsibility and expenses, etc. The worksheet also provides a parenting time calendar, a holiday calendar, and a section that allows parents to make changes to the previous agreement to better meet the children's needs.

 

 

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