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Parenting Plan & the court order
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Sounds par for the course - her not giving you anything. If you're wanting a parenting plan put into an order there are two ways. The first way is - by negotiation at the first hearing. ie it's thrashed out until there is agreement, and then that is put into a consent order and sealed by the courts - a note about that later. The second way is, as Astroman says, to turn your parenting plan into a draft order, and take that along on the day - so the actual order wording is all there, written up, for agreeing and disagreeing points - with a view to that draft order being used as a consent order. It really comes down to how likely it is you can reach agreement. Sounds like ex is saving things up till the day and not wanting to share anything with you.

The note about a consent order. If you did reach agreement for a consent order at first hearing, I would suggest pushing for having it written up and sealed on the day. Often things are all agreed and it's left for solicitors to draw up the order later, then both sides approve it and it's sent for sealing. But dirty tricks abound there and they tinker with the wording or bits aren't agreed after court. And its not enforceable until it's sealed (speaking from bitter experience).

It is one reason taking a draft order is a good idea - if the order wording (based on your parenting plan) is agreed it can just be sealed on the day.
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Parenting Plan & the court order - by SeanS - 08-03-2019, 09:27 PM
RE: Parenting Plan & the court order - by SeanS - 08-05-2019, 02:27 PM
RE: Parenting Plan & the court order - by SeanS - 08-07-2019, 09:28 AM
RE: Parenting Plan & the court order - by Charlie7000 - 08-10-2019, 11:47 PM
RE: Parenting Plan & the court order - by SeanS - 08-12-2019, 01:34 PM
RE: Parenting Plan & the court order - by SeanS - 08-12-2019, 03:28 PM



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