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Parenting Plan For Child Custody Cases In West Virginia

Child Custody & Parenting Plans

Last updated on 06/27/2022 at 1:20 pm

NOTE:   A new law that goes into effect on June 10, 2022 may change how a Family Court judge in West Virginia decides parenting time in a custody case. We are working on updating our custody articles to provide more information about the new law. Please check back soon for this updated information or read a summary of the new law.  To learn how the new law applies to your situation, try to find more legal help.

What is a Parenting Plan?

Where can I get a Parenting Plan form?

What is an Individual Parenting Plan?

What is a Joint Parenting Plan?

What is Mediation?

What factors should I consider when making a custody schedule?

What is the difference between day-to-day decision-making and major decision-making?

How does the Court decide on a Parenting Plan?

What if I want the other parent to have restricted parenting time?

Will my children have a say in the custody schedule?

How can we divide holidays?

What are some examples of a Parenting Plan Custody Schedule?