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Name of Person Filing: ________________________________________ Mailing Address: ________________________________________ City, State, Zip Code: ________________________________________ Phone Number(s): ________________________________________ ATLAS Number (If Applicable):_____________________________________ State Bar Number (If Applicable):___________________________________ Self Petitioner Respondent Representing: FOR CLERK'S USE ONLY SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MOHAVE COUNTY ___________________________________ (Name of Petitioner) AND ___________________________________ (Name of Respondent) Case Number:_________________________ PARENTING PLAN FOR: JOINT LEGAL DECISION MAKING AGREEMENT OR SOLE LEGAL DECISION MAKING Mother Father INSTRUCTIONS This document has 3 parts: PART 1) General Information; PART 2) Legal Decision Making and Parenting Time; PART 3) Joint Legal Decision Making Agreement. One or both parents must complete and sign the Plan as Follows: a. If both parents agree to joint legal decision making: Both parents must sign the Plan at the end of PART 2 and at the end of PART 3; b. If both parents agree to legal decision making and parenting time arrangements but not to joint legal decision making: Both parents must sign the Plan at the end of PART 2; c. If only one parent is submitting the Plan: that parent must sign at the end of PART 2. PART 1: A. GENERAL INFORMATION This plan concerns the following minor children: (Use additional paper if MINOR CHILDREN. necessary) ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ B. LEGAL DECISION MAKING ARRANGEMENTS REQUESTED IN THIS PLAN: The following legal decision making arrangement is requested: (Check the box(es) that apply.) JOINT LEGAL DECISION MAKING DETERMINATION DEFERRED: The parent's request for joint legal decision making is deferred to the court for determination. OR, Revised: 1/1/2013 Page 1 of 5 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No.__________________________ JOINT LEGAL DECISION MAKING AGREEMENT: The parents agree to joint legal decision making and request the court to approve the joint legal decision making arrangement as described in this Plan, OR Mother or Father will be the primary custodial parent. SOLE LEGAL DECISION MAKING AGREEMENT: The parents agree that Mother or Father will be the parent with sole legal decision making and shall be the primary custodial parent. The parents agree that since each has a unique contribution to offer to the growth and development of their minor child(ren), each of them will continue to have a full and active role in providing a sound moral, social, economic, and educational environment for the benefit of the minor child(ren), as described in the following pages. OR, SOLE LEGAL DECISION MAKING REQUESTED BY THE PARENT SUBMITTING THIS PLAN: The parents cannot agree to the terms of legal decision making and parenting time. The parent submitting this Plan asks the court to order legal decision making and parenting time according to this Plan. RESTRICTED, SUPERVISED, OR NO PARENTING TIME: The parent submitting this Plan asks the court for an order restricting parenting time. The facts and information related to this request are described in the Petition. PART 2: LEGAL DECISION MAKING AND PARENTING TIME. Complete each section below. Be specific about what you want the judge to approve in the court order. A. WEEKDAY AND WEEKEND SCHEDULE: The time-sharing schedule will be as follows: The children will be in the care of Father as follows: (Explain). _______________________________________________________________________________ The children will be in the care of Mother as follows: (Explain). _______________________________________________________________________________ Other legal decision making arrangements are as follows: (Explain). _______________________________________________________________________________ Transportation will be provided as follows: (Explain). Mother or Father will pick the minor children up at __________________ o'clock. Mother or Father will drop the minor children off at __________________ o'clock. Parents may change their time-share arrangements by mutual agreement with at least ___________ days notice in advance to the other parent. B. SUMMER MONTHS OR SCHOOL BREAK LONGER THAT 4 DAYS: The weekday and weekend schedule described above will apply for all 12 calendar months EXCEPT: During summer months or school breaks that last longer than 4 days, no changes shall be made. OR During summer months or school breaks that last longer than 4 days, the minor child(ren) will be in the care of Father: (Explain) _______________________________________________________________________________ During summer months or school breaks that last longer than 4 days, the minor child(ren) will be in the care of Mother: (Explain) _______________________________________________________________________________ Each parent is entitled to a ___________ week period of vacation time with the minor child(ren). The parents will work out the details of the vacation at least __________ days in advance. Should either parent travel out of the area with the minor child(ren), each parent will keep the other parent informed of travel plans, address(es), and telephone number(s) at which that parent and the minor child(ren) can be reached. Neither parent shall travel with the minor child(ren) outside Arizona for longer than __________ days without the prior written consent of the other parent or order of the court. C. HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: The holiday schedule takes priority over the regular time-sharing schedule as described above. Check the box(es) that apply and indicate the years of the holiday access/Parenting time schedule. Revised: 1/1/2013 Page 2 of 5 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No.__________________________ Holiday New Year's Eve New Year's Day Spring Vacation Easter 4th of July Halloween Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Hanukkah Christmas Eve Christmas Day Winter Break Child's Birthday Even Years Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Father Odd Years Mothe