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Excerpt: IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ___________ COUNTY, KANSAS ( ) In the Matter of the Marriage of: ( ) In the Matter of the Parentage of: _____________________________ and _____________________________ Case No. _________________ ____ This is a temporary parenting plan proposed by __________________ (Name) (Father) (Mother) (Other). ____ This is an agreed upon t
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ___________ COUNTY, KANSAS ( ) In the Matter of the Marriage of: ( ) In the Matter of the Parentage of: _____________________________ and _____________________________ Case No. _________________

____ This is a temporary parenting plan proposed by __________________ (Name) (Father) (Mother) (Other). ____ This is an agreed upon temporary parenting plan approved by the parties. ____ This is a permanent parenting plan proposed by __________________ (Name) (Father) (Mother) (Other). ____ This is an agreed upon permanent parenting plan approved by the parties. ____ The court developed this permanent parenting plan: _____ At the request of either parent (Specify parent) ____________________ _____ Because the parent or parents were unable to develop a parenting plan. ____ Other (Explain) ___________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ Now this ____ day of ___________, 20___, the above-referenced matter comes before this court. After consultation with the parties, the court enters the following ___ temporary or _____ permanent parenting plan. Temporary Parenting Plan Temporary Parenting Plan Defined. 2000 House Substitute for Senate Bill 150 New Section 25(a) defines a Atemporary parenting plan@ as an agreement or order issued defining the legal custody, residency and parenting time to be exercised by parents with regard to a child between the time of filing of a matter in which a parenting plan may be entered, and any other provisions regarding the child=s care which may be in the best interest of the child, until a final order is issued. ALegal custody@ means the allocation of parenting responsibilities between parents, or any person acting as parent, including decision making rights and responsibilities pertaining to matters of child health, education and welfare.

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A parent seeking a temporary order in which matters of child custody, residency or parenting time are included shall file a proposed temporary parenting plan contemporaneous with any request for issuance of such temporary orders, which plan shall be served with any such temporary orders. If the parent who has not filed a temporary parenting plan disputes the allocation of parenting responsibilities, residency, parenting time or other matters included in the proposed temporary parenting plan, that parent shall file and serve a responsive proposed temporary parenting plan. (2000 House Substitute for Senate Bill 150, New Section 26.) If the court deems it appropriate, a temporary parenting plan approved by the court may include one or more of the following provisions regarding children involved in the matter before the court: Designation of temporary legal custody of the child(ren): ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Designation of a temporary residence for the child(ren): ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Allocation of parental rights and responsibilities regarding matters pertaining to each child=s health, education and welfare: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

Page 3 Schedule for the child=s time with each parent, when appropriate: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

Additional issues which the court enters into this temporary parenting plan: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

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Page 4 Permanent Parenting Plan Permanent Parenting Plan Defined. Pursuant to 200 House Substitute for Senate Bill 150 New Section 25(b), a Apermanent parenting plan@ means an agreement between parents which is incorporated into an order at a final hearing or an order or decree issued at a final hearing without agreement that establishes legal custody, residency, parenting time and other matters regarding a child custody arrangement in a matter in which a parenting plan may be entered. The objectives of this parenting plan are to: (1) (2) establish a proper allocation of parental rights and responsibilities; establish an appropriate working relationship between the parents such that matters regarding the health, education and welfare of their child is best determined; provide for the child=s physical care; set forth an appropriate schedule of parenting time; maintain the child=s emotional stability; provide for the child=s changing needs as the child grows and matures in a way that minimizes the need for future modifications to the permanent parenting plan; minimize the child=s exposure to harmful parental conflict; encourage the parents, where appropriate, to meet their responsibilities to their minor children through agreements in the permanent parenting plan, rather than by relying on judicial intervention; and otherwise protect the best interests of the child.

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The court issues the following permanent parenting plan which includes all of the following provisions regarding children involved in the matter before the court; Designation of the legal custodial relationship of the child: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Page 5

Schedule for the child=s time with each parent, when appropriate: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Provision for a procedure by which disputes between the parents may be resolved without need of court intervention: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Further, the court issues the following detailed permanent parenting plan which may included any of the following provisions regarding children involved in the matter before the court: Residential schedule: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Holiday, birthday and vacation planning: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Weekends, including holidays and school inservice days preceding or following weekends: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Page 6

Allocation of parental rights and responsibilities regarding matters pertaining to the child=s health, education and welfare: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Sharing of and access to information regarding the child: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Relocation of parents: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Telephone access: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Transportation: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

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Methods for resolving disputes: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Additional issues which the court enters into this permanent parenting plan: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ IT IS SO ORDERED.

_______________________________ Judge of the District Court

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Date: April 10, 2009
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State: Kansas
Category: Court Forms - State
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