AFTER A DIVORCE, DO ALL OF THE CHILDREN HAVE TO BE ON THE SAME VISITATION SCHEDULE?
I’m an attorney on the domestic litigation team at Roth Davies. Today I am going to answer some common questions asked to attorneys in divorce cases. Do children have to be on the same parenting plan? The answer is no. Sometimes, depending on the facts of your case, one child might spend more time with one parent and the other child might spend more time with the other parent. This sometimes happens when a child isn't getting along with one parent. For example, a child going through their teenage years. Or this occurs when the children themselves are not getting along and need to be separated. Generally speaking, the judge will want the children on the same parenting plan but that not might always work depending on the facts of your case.