Parenting Plan For Joint Custody With Joint Custody Agreement Or Sole Custody {DRCVG11f} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

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Parenting Plan For Joint Custody With Joint Custody Agreement Or Sole Custody {DRCVG11f} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

Parenting Plan For Joint Custody With Joint Custody Agreement Or Sole Custody {DRCVG11f}

This is a Arizona form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, Maricopa, Superior Court.

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251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County DRCVG11f 010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Page 1 of 10 Person Filing: Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Email Address: ATLAS Number: Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner OR Respondent SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Name of Petitioner / Party A Case Number: PARENTING PLAN FOR: AND JOINT LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY) WITH JOINT LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY) AGREEMENT OR SOLE LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (SOLE to Party A to Party B INSTRUCTIONS This document has 4 parts: PART 1) General Information; PART 2) Legal Decision-Making (Legal Custody) and Parenting Time; PART 3) Danger to Children Notification Statement; and PART 4) Joint Legal Decision-Making common to the parties whether one or more. One or both parents must complete and sign the Plan as follows: a.If only one parent is submitting the Plan: that parent must sign at the end of PART 2 and 3. b.If both parents agree to legal decision-making (legal custody) and parenting time arrangements but not to joint legal decision-making (legal custody): Both parents must sign the Plan at the end of PART 2 and 3, and the Affidavits under Section 5. c.If both parents agree to joint legal decision-making (joint legal custody) and parenting timearrangements as presented in the Plan: Both parents must sign the Plan at the end of PART 2, 3, and4, and the Affidavits under Section 5. Name of Respondent / Party B American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County DRCVG11f 010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Page 2 of 10 PART 1: GENERAL INFORMATION: A. MINOR CHILDREN. This Plan concerns the following minor children: (Use additional paper if necessary) B. THE FOLLOWING LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (LEGAL CUSTODY) ARRANGEMENT IS REQUESTED: -making authorityor 2], you have the option of also requesting restrictions on the parenting time of the other party. 1. SOLE LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (SOLE LEGAL CUSTODY) BY AGREEMENT. The parents agree that sole legal decision-making authority (sole legal custody) should be granted to Party A Party B. The parents agree that since each has a unique contribution to offer to the growth and development of their minor children, 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 children, as described in the following pages, OR 2. SOLE LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (SOLE LEGAL CUSTODY) REQUESTED BY THE PARENT SUBMITTING THIS PLAN. The parents cannot agree to the terms of legal decision-making (legal custody) and parenting time. The parent submitting this Plan asks the Court to order sole legal decision-making authority and parenting time according to this Plan. (Optional, if you marked 1 or 2 above) 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 or Response. OR 3. JOINT LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY) BY AGREEMENT. The parents agree to joint legal decision-making (joint legal custody) and request the Court to approve the joint legal decision-making arrangement as described in this Plan. OR 4. JOINT LEGAL DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY (JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY) REQUESTED BY THE PARENT SUBMITTING THIS PLAN. The parents cannot agree to the terms of legal decision-making and parenting time or are unable to submit this plan together at this time. My request for joint legal decision- American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County DRCVG11f 010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Page 3 of 10 PART 2: PHYSICAL CUSTODY AND PARENTING TIME. Complete each section below. Be specific about what you want the Judge to approve in the court order. A. (School Year) WEEKDAY AND WEEKEND TIME-SHARING SCHEDULE: The minor children will be in the care of Party A as follows: (Explain). The minor children will be in the care of Party B as follows: (Explain). Other physical custody arrangements are as follows: (Explain). Transportation will be provided as follows: Party A or Party B will pick the minor children up at Party A or Party B will drop the minor children off at Parents may change their time-share arrangements by mutual agreement with at least in advance to the other parent. B. SUMMER MONTHS OR SCHOOL BREAK LONGER THAN 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 children will be in the care of Party A: (Explain) During summer months or school breaks that last longer than 4 days, the minor children will be in the care of Party B: (Explain) Each parent is entitled to a week period of vacation time with the minor children. The parents will work out the details of the vacation at least days in advance. C. TRAVEL Should either parent travel out of the area with the minor children, each parent will keep the other parent informed of travel plans, address(es), and telephone number(s) at which that parent and the minor children can be reached. Neither parent shall travel with the minor children outside Arizona for longer than days without the prior written consent of the other parent or order of the court. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County DRCVG11f 010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Page 4 of 10 D. 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. Holiday Even Years Odd Years New Year's Eve Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Spring Vacation Party A Party B Party A Party B Easter Party A Party B Party A Party B 4th of July Party A Party B Party A Party B Halloween Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Thanksgiving Party A Party B Party A Party B Hanukkah Party A Party B Party A Party B Christmas Eve Party A Party B Party A Party B Christmas Da y Party A Party B Party A Party B Winter Break Party A Party B Party A Party B P arty A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B Party A Party B E ach parent may have the children on his or her birthday. Three - day weekends Labor Day, Columbus Day, the children will remain in the care of the parent who has the minor children for the weekend. Other Holidays (Describe the other holidays and the arrangement) : Telephone Contact: Each pa rent may have telephone contact with the minor children during the children's normal waking hours, OR: (Explain) Other (Explain) : American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County DRCVG11f 010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Page 5 of 10 E. PARENTAL ACCESS TO RECORDS AND INFORMATION: Under Arizona law (A.R.S. 247 25-403.06), unless otherwise provided by court order or law, on reasonable request, both parents are entitled to have equal access to documents and other information concerning the minor medical, school, police, court and other records. A person who does not comply with a reasonable request for these records shall reimburse the requesting parent for court costs and attorney fees incurred by that parent to make the other parent obey this request. A parent who attempts to restrict the release of documents or information by the custodian of the records without a prior court order is subject to legal sanctions. F. EDUCATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS: Both parents have the right to participate in school conferences, events and activities, and the right to consult with teachers and other school personnel. Both parents will make major educational decisions together. (optional) If the parents do not reach agreement, then: OR Major educational decisions will be made by Party A Party B fter

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