The more detailed you are in planning for your kids’ needs, the less likely you’ll be to have conflict with their other parent later.
Planning for common child expenses like braces, glasses, school trips and activities, sports, transportation costs to and from visitation, and even whether your children should consider state or private colleges are all things that can make your co-parenting easier after the divorce is finalized.
If you have an agreement that plans even for things that don’t happen, that’s fine.
But if a contingency comes up that wasn’t planned for, you run the risk of footing the entire bill, or ending up back in court to hash out who has responsibility for what.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer help divorcing parents leave a marriage with thoughtful, well constructed parenting agreements that protect your budget and put your kids first.
Call us today at 716-542-5444 for a legal consultation with an experienced Buffalo divorce and child custody attorney.