Parenting Plans set out all the essential terms of custody, time-sharing and child support following a divorce. There are many big issues such as custody and support.
There are also smaller, though equally important, issues such as schools, religious preferences, vacations, recreational activities, school activities, and all the other issues surrounding raising a child.
This article refers to changes to these other issues. Changes to child custody and support are each deserving of their own discussions.
In any event, any one of the many terms of a Parenting Plan may need to be modified. Many parties are able to reach agreement on these changes to the Parenting Plans with little to no conflict. Other times, the Parenting Plan can be the most difficult part of the divorce.