Parenting After Divorce Easier With Flexible Scheduling

July 29, 2016
Leisha Murphy

This Toronto Star article by Brandie Weikle describes the potential advantages to creating a parenting plan that grows with your children. While some ex-spouses (i.e., those who can work together cooperatively) may benefit from such an approach, flexibility can also lead to uncertainty in terms of child support amounts (shared parenting under s. 9 of the Federal Child Support Guidelines), so it’s important to be cautious when considering a “flexible” parenting schedule.

Leisha Murphy
Leisha Murphy
Partner (Vancouver)
Connect Family Law

Leisha takes a heart-forward approach to her practice. Providing clients with guidance and education, she takes a “big picture” view , assessing the long-term impacts of decisions to ensure the best possible outcome for you and your family.