A parenting plan is a voluntary agreement that sets out parenting arrangements for children.
It can cover day to day responsibilities, the practical considerations of a child’s life and how parents will consult on important issues. It is not binding, nor is it enforceable.
If you have a parenting plan, you should consider converting it into a ‘parenting order by consent’ to formalise your agreement. As with other consent orders, Hall Payne can help to make your plan binding and enforceable.