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Shared Parenting Plan {2.2}

This is a Ohio form that can be used for Domestic Relations within County (Court Of Common Pleas), Hamilton.

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO _____________________________________ Plaintiff : : : Case No. File No. -vs/and: CSEA No. ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ _____________________________________ Defendant : SHARED PARENTING PLAN Judge Magistrate This Shared Parenting Plan, by and between referred to as "Father" and hereinafter hereinafter referred to as "Mother" is submitted by Mother and/or Father pursuant to both parents' Motion and/or request for Shared Parenting filed this same date. Both parents hereby request the Court, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code section 3109.04 (D)(1)(a)(i, ii, or iii) to grant the parents the shared parenting of their child(ren): (Include dates of birth) Neither parent expects opposition to this plan from the other. Each parent is a caring and appropriate parent with the ability to provide guidance, concern and a proper home environment for the minor children. Neither parent has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a violation of Ohio Revised Code section 2919.25 involving a family member, any other offense which resulted in physical harm to a family member, has been determined to be the perpetrator of an abusive act that is the basis of an adjudication that a child is an abused child or has acted or contributed in any manner resulting in a child being a neglected child. DR 2.2 (Revised 11/24/2014) American LegalNet, Inc. The parties acknowledge that each has the present ability to cooperate and make decisions jointly with respect to the minor children and the ability to encourage the sharing of love, affection and contact between the minor children and each parent. The parents shall discuss and resolve all major issues jointly. The geographic proximity of the parties to each other is not considered to be a barrier and makes the concept of shared parenting a realistic alternative. 1. PHYSICAL LIVING ARRANGEMENTS 1.1 Mother and Father shall be the residential parents without regard to where the children are physically located. 1.2 1.3 1.4 Mother shall have the following parenting time: Father shall have the following parenting time: Holidays with each parent shall be alternated. In the event the parents disagree as to holidays, they shall adopt the Standard Parenting Order as it relates to holidays. The Standard Parenting Order is attached hereto and incorporated herein. 1.5 Each parent shall have time with the minor children on the children's birthdays (set forth with specificity). 1.6 Each parent shall have two (2) weeks of uninterrupted annual vacation with the children with the other parent to receive written notice of such vacation request at least thirty (30) days prior to the vacation period's commencement. However, reasonable telephone contact is to be allowed. 1.7 Mother and father shall have the minor children at any other time as agreed upon in advance between the parents. The parents shall modify the schedule to meet the needs of the children. In the event they disagree as to modification, they shall utilize mediation or counseling before filing motions with the Court. Each parent will provide a bedroom(s) for the children separate from the parent's room. 1.8 If either parent desires to relocate, the relocating parent, under this Shared Parenting Plan must notify the Court of their intent to relocate and provide the Court with a new residence DR 2.2 (Revised 11/24/2014) 2 American LegalNet, Inc. address promptly. Said notice shall be filed with the Domestic Relations Docket Office who will forward said notice to the clerk of Courts and a copy forwarded to the other parent except as provided in Ohio Revised Code section 3109.051(G)(2)(3) and (4). Upon receipt of the Notice, the Court on it's own motion or the motion of the non-relocating parent may schedule a hearing with notice to both parents to determine whether it is in the best interest of the minor children to revise the Standard Parenting Order for the minor children. 1.9 1.10 The current address for Mother is: The current address for Father is: 2. SUPPORT 2.1 (Father/Mother) shall pay support in the amount of $ per month per child plus a 2% processing charge, payable through The Office of Child Support of The Department of Jobs and Family Services for the parties' child(ren). This order is effective amount of $ (date) and is payable monthly in the total , including the processing charge. Notwithstanding Section 3109.01 of the Revised Code, the parental duty of support to children, including the duty of a parent to pay support pursuant to a child support order shall continue beyond the child's eighteenth birthday only in accordance with Section 3119.86 of the Revised Code. The duty of support shall continue during seasonal vacations. Father/Mother is responsible for making payments directly to The Office of Child Support of The Department of Jobs and Family Services until such time as a deduction order takes effect. Any payment made directly to the residential parent and not through The Office of Child Support of The Department of Jobs and Family Services shall be deemed a gift and not credited to the support account. 2.2 All child support and spousal support under this order shall be withheld or deducted from the income or assets of the obligor pursuant to a withholding or deduction notice or appropriate order issued in accordance with Chapters 3119, 3121, 3123 and 3125 of the DR 2.2 (Revised 11/24/2014) 3 American LegalNet, Inc. Revised Code or a withdrawal directive issued pursuant to sections 3123.24 to 3123.38 of the Revised Code and shall be forwarded to the obligee in accordance with Chapters 3119, 3121, 3123 and 3125 of the Revised Code. EACH PARTY TO THIS SUPPORT ORDER MUST NOTIFY THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IN WRITING OF HIS OR HER CURRENT MAILING ADDRESS, CURRENT RESIDENCE ADDRESS, CURRENT RESIDENCE TELEPHONE NUMBER, CURRENT DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER, AND OF ANY CHANGES IN THAT INFORMATION. EACH PARTY MUST NOTIFY THE AGENCY OF ALL CHANGES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FROM THE COURT OR AGENCY, WHICHEVER ISSUED THE SUPPORT ORDER. IF YOU ARE THE OBLIGOR UNDER A CHILD SUPPORT ORDER AND YOU FAIL TO MAKE THE REQUIRED NOTIFICATIONS, YOU MAY BE FINED UP TO $50 FOR A FIRST OFFENSE, $100 FOR A SECOND OFFENSE, AND $500 FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE. IF YOU ARE AN OBLIGOR OR OBLIGEE UNDER ANY CHILD SUPPORT ORDER ISSUED BY A COU

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