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Parenting Plan - New York

Parenting Plan Form. This is a New York form and can be used in Matrimonial (Divorce) Supreme Court Statewide .
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SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF NEW YORK - PART ---------------------------------------------------------------------------X Plaintiff, -against- Index No. PARENTING PLAN Defendant. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------X This Plan is: Proposed by Plaintiff. Proposed by Defendant. 1. INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHILD[REN]: Full Name Date of Birth Gender 2. PARENTING TIME SCHEDULE: 2.1 Weekday and Weekend Schedule. Our child[ren] will be in the care of (name of parent) (list days of week and times): American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Our child[ren] will be in the care of (other parent's name) of week and times): (list days 2.2 Summer Schedule. Choose One: The schedule described above in Section 2.1 will continue throughout the summer except that OR The schedule for time with our child[ren] will be different during the summer than it is in the winter (describe below): Our child[ren] will be in the care of (name of parent) days of the week and times): (list AND Our child[ren] will be in care of (other parent's name) of the week and times): (list days PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 page 2. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2.3 Holiday Schedule. The following holiday schedule will take priority over the regular weekday, weekend, and summer schedules discussed above. If a holiday is not specified as even, odd or every year with one parent, then our child[ren] will remain with the parent they are normally scheduled to be with. Check One or Both: When parents are using an alternating weekend plan and the holiday schedule would result in one parent having the child[ren] for three weekends in a row, the alternating weekend pattern will restart, so neither parent will go without having the child[ren] for more than two weekends in a row. If a parent has our child[ren] on a weekend with an unspecified holiday or non-school day attached, they shall have our child[ren] for the holiday or non-school day. Fill in the blanks below with the parent's name to indicate where the child[ren] will be for the holidays. Provide beginning and ending times. Holidays Mother's Day Father's Day Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas New Year's Eve New Year's Martin Luther King Day President's Day Even Years Odd Years Every Year Beginning/Ending Times For Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's, PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DETAILS BELOW in SECTIONS 2.4 and 2.5 PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 page 3. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Easter Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Day Halloween Veteran's Day Other: 2.4 Thanksgiving. Details for sharing time with the child[ren] during this holiday are: 2.5 Winter Break (Christmas, New Year's, and School Vacation). Choose One: Our child[ren] will be in the care of each parent according to the schedule described in Section 2.1. OR Our child[ren] will spend half of Winter Break with each parent on a schedule that is consistent with the alternating holidays described above. OR Other: Details for sharing time with the child[ren] during Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day and school vacation are: PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 page 4. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2.6 Spring Break. Choose One: Our child[ren] will be in the care of each parent according to the schedule described in Section 2.1. OR Our child[ren] will alternate spending spring break with each parent (indicate which parent). With in even years. With OR in odd years. Our child[ren] will spend half of spring break with each parent (provide details): 2.7 Child[ren]'s Birthdays. Choose One: Our child[ren] will be in the care of each parent according to the schedule described in Sections 2.1 and 2.2. OR Our child[ren]'s birthdays will be planned so that both parents participate in the birthday celebration. OR PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 page 5. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Our child[ren] will celebrate birthdays according to the following plan (indicate which parent has the child[ren], and any other important details.: 2.8 Other Holiday and Vacations. Details for sharing time with the child[ren] during other holidays or vacation are: 2.9 Number of Overnights. Our schedule for sharing time with our child[ren] results in our child[ren] spending overnights in the home of (name of one parent) and overnights in the home of (name of other parent). 2.10 Primary Residence (Optional). We agree that our child[ren] shall primarily reside with (name of one parent). We agree that neither residence shall be considered the "primary" residence." 2.11 Alternate Care (Optional). We choose not to specify arrangements for alternate care. Our arrangements for alternate care are: PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 page 6. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2.12 Temporary Changes to the Schedule. Any schedule for sharing time with our child[ren] may be changed as long as both parents agree to the changes ahead of time in writing OR verbally (choose one). Activities scheduled during the other parent's time must be coordinated with the other parent. Makeup and Missed Parenting Time: Only substantial medical reasons will be considered sufficient for postponement of parenting time. If a child is ill and unable to spend time with a parent, a makeup parenting time will be scheduled. If a parent fails to have the child[ren] during their scheduled parenting time for any other reason, there will be no makeup of parenting time unless the parties agree otherwise in writing. 2.13 Permanent Changes to the Schedule. We understand that, once the judge signs the final judgment in our case and approves this Parenting Plan, any changes that we do not agree on can be made only by applying to the court and proving that there has been a "change in circumstance." Before applying to the court, we understand that we can agree to try to resolve our dispute through mediation or other means. 3. DECISION-MAKING: 3.1 Day-to-Day Decisions. Each parent will make day-to-day decisions regarding the care and control of our child[ren] during the time they are caring for our child[ren]. This includes any emergency decisions affecting the health or safety of our child[ren]. 3.2. Major Decisions. page 7. PARENTING PLAN REV 6/13 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Major decisions include, but are not limited to, decisions about our child[ren]'s education, non-emergency healthcare, religious training, and extracurricular acti
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