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How to create a parenting plan that works

When individuals in North Carolina or any other state get divorced, they will typically retain parental rights to their children. Ideally, parents will work together to create a plan that will form the basis for how decisions are made that impact their children. Assuming that it is practical, the plan should strive to divide parenting time on a 50/50 basis. By spending time with both parents, children feel as if they are loved and supported by both parents.

Research looks at parental alienation syndrome

When parents in North Carolina go through a divorce, they could end up in a contentious custody battle as well. In some cases, a parent may allege that abuse has occurred. There are cases in which the other parent may counter this with a claim of parental alienation.

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