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Q: Can my boyfriend and his ex work out a parenting plan for custody and visitation without going through the court system?
A: Can my boyfriend and his ex work out a parenting plan for custody and visitation without going through the court system?
A. Yes, they can definitely do this on their own without hiring on an attorney or lawyer. They can work together to write up what’s called a “parenting plan” that they both agree on, that they both feel works for them and their son. Other paperwork regarding paternity is “required” as well. They can either do this with a mediator in the family courts and have it entered in as a court order, or they can write it on their own, have it signed and notarized by both of them, and also have that entered into the court. That way, the document is legally binding and then they must follow the parenting plan or else the other parent could take the issue to court and fight for custody of their son.