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Kendall County divorce attorney parenting time

The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone’s life over the past year, albeit in different ways. Although vaccines have started being distributed, there are still restrictions in place, including here in Illinois. Stores, restaurants, and bars are limited to the number of patrons they can have indoors. As a result, many employees in the service industry are working at reduced hours or may even still be furloughed. Those individuals who work in office buildings are likely still performing their jobs remotely from home and utilizing video conferencing technology in place of in-person meetings. Likewise, the majority of students are in a virtual or hybrid learning environment. The consequences of COVID-19 may also be impacting parenting time arrangements for divorced couples. As a parent, it can be challenging to co-parent with your ex-spouse regarding any child-related matter during these uncertain times. Therefore, it is important to work together and understand when a parenting time schedule may need changing in order to maintain your children’s health and well-being.   

What Is Included in a Parenting Plan?

In Illinois, divorcing spouses who have children must create a parenting plan before the divorce decree is finalized and issued. This legal document addresses certain child-related issues, such as who and how decisions will be made regarding their living arrangements, education, religion, and medical care. It is important to note that the term child custody is now referred to as the allocation of parental responsibilities under Illinois divorce law. 

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