Parenting Time And Parental Responsibility The end of summer signals a significant transition for you, your children and your ex.  Parenting plans, that typically include longer parenting time stays at the non-residential parent’s home draw to a close and the school year schedule returns.  What does this mean to your family and what have I observed over the years in my practice?  During the return to school and normal parenting plan schedules, I often hear complaints about the other parent expressed.  These range from inconsistent rules of the house to nutrition choices and homework.  Ultimately, as a Central Oregon Family Law Lawyer, I have parentsRead More →