What happens when a parent breaks a parenting plan?

What happens when a parent breaks a parenting plan?

A parenting plan is not legally binding in the sense that it is not a legally enforceable agreement. For example, if Parent A breaches a parenting plan by failing to stick to what was agreed,Parent B cannot ask a court to impose a penalty on Parent A for that breach.

How old do you have to be to say which parent you want to live with?

There is no rule about how old you have to be to choose who you want to live with. You can have an opinion at any age and your parents should listen to what you have to say. To help your parents understand why you have made certain decision, it is important to try and explain how you feel.

Can a mother lose custody for cheating?

While having an affair isn’t grounds for losing custody of the child, there are circumstances that might contribute to the fact that the cheating spouse makes bad decisions or puts their needs before the child. If the cheating spouse is living with someone else during the divorce, that itself isn’t a problem.

Does cheating spouse affect child custody?

Adultery and Child Custody In line with the ‘no-fault’ divorce, adultery plays no role in how the court assigns child custody. When a court makes a parenting order about who gets primary custody of the child, it will always do so taking into account what is in the best interests of the child.

What percentage of couples stay together after cheating?

70 percent