Question: What is involved in creating a joint parenting agreement?
Answer: In cases of joint custody, a joint parenting agreement lists each parent’s responsibilities and determines child support. The agreement spells out how the parents will make major decisions for the children, such as their education, health care, religious training and any disagreements they have with regards to enforcement. The joint parenting agreement is usually created by the parents, with the help of their attorneys, and then proposed to the court which, in turn, makes the final ruling. For more information about Illinois law, visit www.illinoislawyerfinder.com. If you have a legal question, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Illinois Law Now is a series of newspaper and internet posts prepared by the Illinois State Bar Association that address legal issues of interest to the public. For additional information about the law, visit http://www.illinoislawyerfinder.com