A mandated and necessary part of the divorce process includes forming a parenting plan. This plan is a legal document that establishes each parent’s custodial rights, outlines their access to their children and provides guidance for parenting after divorce.
Ideally, parents will work together to formulate a detailed parenting plan to best address the needs and interest of each child involved. In the event that parents are unable to come to a mutual agreement, Bonnie Amendola will step in to use her years of experience representing children in Connecticut courts to help clients reach an amicable resolution that promotes the best interests of each child involved.
Looking Out for Your Family
In an already difficult process, we want to ensure you have all the resources and assistance you need to reach a favorable and amiable resolution to your separation process. If you need resources to set up a parenting plan or if you are searching for representation during the divorce process, our office will give you the legal advice and assistance you need. To schedule an initial consultation, call our office at (203) 319-1143.