Creative Parenting Time and Decision-Making Plans

A one-size-fits-all approach does not always work for such sensitive and personal issues as parenting time and parental decision making.  Fifty-fifty parenting time and joint decision-making may not be appropriate or in the best interests of the children in many circumstances.  The children’s needs, parental work schedules, a history of domestic violence, substance abuse or addiction, serious neglect of the children, mental illness and other factors may require a different parenting time or decision-making arrangement. Patricia A. Riley works with a variety of professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, and certified family investigators and parental decision-makers to develop and present creative parenting time and decision-making plans.

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