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hi there and welcome to another edition.of the family law insider podcast today.we have a special holiday edition and we.are going to talk about drafting holiday.parenting time plans the reason we.wanted to have this hangout is because.around this time of year Thanksgiving.Hanukkah and Christmas a lot of issues.come up and we get a lot of calls.specially on Friday afternoon or the day.before Christmas or the day before.Thanksgiving because people aren't.agreeing about what it is if their.holiday parenting plan says so we wanted.to talk to you a little bit about.parenting plans if you're in the midst.of a divorce or a custody case and.you're drafting a parenting plan things.to to think about in the drafting of.those plans and even if you already have.a holiday parenting plan in place.already we're hoping that the things we.talked about during this hangout on air.will help you working through and.working through some of the issues so.today I have two associates with the.Hernandez family law firm joining me.first we have Tracy Augustine and Tracy.doesn't have her lower third up because.we couldn't get it to work but Tracy.welcome i'm glad that you could join us.thank you thanks for having me and we.also have stopped a note terroni and.he's also an associate with the.hernandez family law firm and you will.see his lower third welcome Stefano and.thank you for taking time oh no problem.thank you wendy so you know we were.talking about the issues that come up.between the three of us and it seems.like most of the time issues arise right.around the holidays so you know Tracy.can you tell me about at least one issue.that you've seen come up in your cases.and maybe suggestions you have for.avoiding that for people who want to.avoid it in the future um yeah Wendy.definitely often times people when they.have their parenting plan put in place.they do put specific schedules for.parenting time on the holidays the.issues that arise though happen when the.the specific plans in their parenting.plan don't account for some of the.surprises or they aren't your tip.run-of-the-mill situations for instance.I had a case last year where we had to.go back and forth right in December.luckily the judge gave us a telephone at.conference to try and resolve the issue.but it had just so happened that.mother's birthday fell during the.holiday parenting time schedule like the.winter break schedule around crib in.between Christmas and New Year's so it.was actually supposed to be dad's.parenting time during that specific day.and was that according with that.according to the parenting plan that.they had agreed upon or had been ordered.yes exactly we actually had reached an.agreement on the holiday parenting plan.but when we were drafting it you know no.one really took the time to consider.that hey mom's birthday falls right in.the middle of this time period so every.other year according to the plan mom was.supposed to get her birthday although.there's a subsequent birthday provision.in which mom was entitled to have.parenting time on her birthday every.year so of course it caused a little bit.of chaos because that year was dad's.time for that specific block of.parenting time but mom was trying to say.well it's my birthday and I get that you.know regardless so we had to go back.into court and try and get that issue.resolved so that was a little bit of a.mess though it it's good to think about.some of those weird anomalies that might.happen in a parenting time schedule how.did the judge resolve that issue for you.Tracy you know the judge did end up.giving mom her birthday and we just they.ended up just kind of moving the days.around that dad was still getting his um.entitled block of time it we just.switched the days around so that it did.accommodate mother's birthday that year.and every year when that issue will.arise okay so Stefano just to give our.listeners an idea in your practice how.are you seeing judges divide the.Christmas or holiday break most of the.time and I think in most places.including Arizona the holiday break is.usually about two weeks in length what.do you see judges do as far as splitting.time between parents.you know I've seen it two different ways.the easiest way I think they do is they.divide it because the holiday period of.time around Christmas holiday is usually.about two weeks you know give or take a.few days then they just kind of try to.split those either in two quadrants or.into three different segments and then.assign in even years you know one parent.gets the first segment and the other.parent gets a second and then in odd.years it would switch usually it's.divided around the Christmas holiday so.the first segment would include up until.Christmas so they get Christmas Eve and.Christmas Day and then the second.segment would include New Year's Eve and.New Year's Day this way we kind of.divide the holidays equally I have also.seen it where judges kind of divided.into three segments I'm not as big of a.fan of the three segments division as.the two I can see there being more.issues but essentially how it work is.that on an odd year one pair would get.the first and third and the other pair.would get the second segment and then.again it would switch on even years.where the parent were at the middle.segment and the idea would they get the.first and third and the other parent.would get the second you know they don't.want to get into real specifics though.and that's about as as specific as they.will get you know as far as actual.pickup time to drop off times there will.be issues with that and you may not.think about it but the difference.between a pickup or drop-off at night or.the morning before can cause a lot of.tension between parties you especially.the closer we get to holidays they want.to maximize their own time and sometimes.unfortunately limit the others parents.time as much as possible so there's any.bakeries or ambiguities in the parenting.plan you know especially those that come.directly from the court you can count on.your client either exploiting it or.being the victim of someone trying to.exploit it okay so Tracy have you ever.seen issues come up when say that a.judge's order or a parenting plan says.that the parties are supposed to equally.divide the parenting plan and then it.comes down to it and the holiday break.is like an odd number 13 days and then.there's a dispute over how to equally.divide that oh yeah definitely you know.it's really unfortunate because the.holidays are supposed to be about family.and spending time with your loved ones.and to make a big stink over maybe a one.day.where one party might be getting a.little bit more time than the other I.mean I just really don't think that's.what the holidays are meant to be four.but we do see that so I mean I guess.sometimes you just split the baby in.half and one parent gets the morning one.parent gets the afternoon or however.however it's going to work out okay and.Stefano have you been involved in any.cases specifically where there is a.dispute over how long the holiday break.actually lasts yeah I mean I have had.some cases where you know again like I.said before people are fighting about.the actual pickup times or drop-off.times when they're not specifically.included I'm even seen cases where you.know one parent may live in another.state versus the other state we're.talking about the times being in dispute.because of the different time zones you.know one person's on the eastern time.zone ones on the western time zone and.so what does seven o'clock p.m. mean is.it 7pm what's ur time central time.Easter time and people do find about.those those issues all the time and you.know they take lenient season you know.the unfortunate thing for us is there's.not a lot that your family law attorney.can do about these after the fact it's.more of a prospective thing where you.need to make sure that these issues get.resolved before hand and oftentimes.people fight about it and you know it.just seemed lien winds up that one.parent takes advantage of the situation.and unfortunately you can involve the.police getting involved or you know some.of these things that we definitely don't.think are in the spirit of the holidays.and should really be avoided and I think.Stefano raises a good point in Tracy.does too in terms of just it be.reasonable be reasonable if you were on.the bad side or the losing end of the.situation think about how you would want.the other parent to treat you and treat.that person that way you know but above.all think about the children it's a it's.a good drafting idea when you're.drafting these parenting plans to hammer.out specifically if you are in different.time zones what time zone you're going.by and Stefano I've never actually had.that issue come up so that's a new one.for me but definitely you need to get.specific and we've talked about in our.office meetings and with our clients how.the best parenting plans are the ones.that the clients never need because.really the clients are.working together and they never need to.go to it but it's nice to have a.parenting plan in case of a disagreement.because it you can go to it it's well.drafted and you can see what the.parenting plan says and then use that.but hopefully at some point you and the.ex are soon soon to be ex will get along.and not need the parenting plan and.that's really what's best with the.children so as far as specifics of a.parenting plan Tracy do you think it's a.good idea to include time breakdowns for.specific holidays like halloween.christmas easter would you recommend.that you know it really kind of depends.on the clients or the parties and their.ability to work together like you're.just talking about i mean the best the.best case is when you don't really need.to rely on your parenting plan so i.think depending on the parties and how.particular they are you may want to.include specific times and specific.breakdowns but again you should also be.flexible like you are saying you don't.want to be the victim and where when you.need an extra 15 minutes or or maybe the.flights not going to get in until like.two hours after your parenting time is.over well the other party should really.be reasonable in those situations and.not you know require that you guys.follow that time restriction to a tee.especially during the holidays you know.if it's not a school night I don't you.can give some leniency lenience ease in.those situations and that is another.good point Tracy you know during the.holidays weather isn't always that great.in certain parts of the country flights.get behind schedule you know sometimes.people get bumped from flight so yes.please be reasonable and be.understanding and and and know that if.you are that at some point in the future.that the other parents probably going to.be understanding when you need it so.speaking of out of town or out of state.travel to what extent Stefano do you.think that something and something.should be put in the parenting plan.about Lana parties allowed to travel out.of state with the children and what.specific tips do you have for people who.those types of things in their parenting.plan I definitely think they're.important to have and I think you know.there's kind of an economy where I.believe you show a parenting plans.especially holiday parenting classes you.know as simple and straightforward as.possible to eliminate any issues but at.the same point time where you can be.specific and detailed I think it's.important to do that so that in case an.issue does arise and people can't agree.there's something that can go back to.that doesn't have any ambiguities and so.when you're talking about out-of-state.travel you know one of the common things.that we put in and that we also see some.judges put it is you know notification.requirements in writing I think you know.those two words can make a substantial.difference because people always fight.about well they didn't really give me.notice or you know there's no proof of.it so requiring people to give notice in.writing as one and then putting a.reasonable time period on it you know.before I take the child out of town I.will provide written notice within 30.days of my intended trip or within two.weeks of the attendant trip editor again.it really depends on the parties like.Tracy had mentioned about how far out.you want to put it about their schedules.about how far away they live from one.another you know because there's other.issues about airline costs and and.travel expenses and booking plans you.know if you have one parent who lives.across the country they may want to book.their time with their child you know a.few months in advance and so the other.party might have plans if they want to.have as well so providing provisions.regarding notification requirements in.writing you know usually two weeks or 30.or 30 days out I think it's definitely a.good practice to have but again you know.be flexible I think most judges would.say you always put in the language you.know unless otherwise agreed to and they.put that language into the parents you.know how to responsibility of talking.with each other being flexible in both.ways you know don't be the parent who.takes a you know advantage of the.flexibility but also you want to be the.parent who's willing to extend a little.bit of courtesy the other way so and.those are some great points you raised.Stephon oh thank you Tracy in some.situations that I've had come up and I.don't know if you've had any of these.come up yourself there is a conflict.between the parties as far as their.vacation dates that they want to take.you know say maybe they're both planning.a vacation during the same weekend and.they.give each other notice about the same.time or one gives notice and the other.one says hey well I had plans to take.the kids that week to Disneyland how how.can people work around um yes that's.actually something that happens quite.often especially when you're talking.about maybe the summer breaks from.school and you have that long extended.time where families do like to take.family vacations so what we like to do.when we're drafting our parenting plans.is give one of the parties priority in.one year and the other party priority in.the other year in terms of what their.date preferences are so along with the.notice requirement that Stefano was.talking about we like to say um you know.maybe an odd years dad states are going.to take priority and so if there's a.conflict then you know his trip will.prevail and in even years then of course.alternatively mom's deeds will prevail.if there is a conflict in date so I.think that's a simple way to work around.that issue again it may mean that you.don't always get to take the vacation at.the exact time that you want to every.year but you got to remember that you.are co-parenting with somebody else so.it's it's a give and take that's right.and for summer as far as summer is.concerned it's my recommendation that.the parties planned well in advance at.the summer break you know usually.summers June July August that's when.most kids are off school so maybe you.know a good day to pick for the.exchanging of the summer vacation dates.is you know somewhere in April and that.way both parties have the chance to plan.with work as far as when they're going.to take the time off and they each know.what they're doing and when and.hopefully it avoids conflict at the last.minute which can result in turmoil for.the kids especially if they don't get to.go somewhere that they're looking.forward to going along the lines of the.out-of-state travel suggestions that.Stefano was talking about Stefano do you.think that party should be required to.to exchange information about where.they're going where they're staying at.cetera and can you get specific about.that yeah absolutely i mean i think it's.definitely reasonable to you know.receive information from the other.parent about you know certain you know.specifics about will maybe one hotel.they'll be staying at what flights.they'll be on one of the flight numbers.that you know departure around.x and then also a telephone number at.you know in these days and now it's not.a big of an issue as it used to be where.you know everyone has a cell phone but.before you know keeping the other person.apprised of what the telephone numbers.were the places they're saying you know.and this is for emergency purposes or.contact purposes you know to let the.other pair know that their child is safe.you know case of any emergency or.accidents a year on the news they don't.have to be you know panicking or.whatever it may be you know I think it's.reasonable to do you don't want to put.someone in a guessing game where they.don't know where their child is and I.think it's a courtesy that if you think.about it you know the other parent would.like in return now again it's not.something to be taken advantage of where.you're calling the hotel staff and.badgering the person on their vacation I.don't think that's reasonable and I.don't think you need to go too crazy and.say you know any more details about I.need your daily itinerary while you're.at Disneyland what right are you going.to at 10 15 or 11 i mean i think there's.overkill and you know just be general.about you know where they're going to be.staying for what days what hotel and a.number to reach them at and i think.that's more than reasonable okay all.right excellent stefano so what about.people who are staying here for the.holidays and or staying in one place for.the holidays and both families staying.in the same place for the holidays um.what if one of the parents has to work.during their designated holiday have you.ever had any issues come up about that.Tracy I'm actually quite recently I do.have a case we're trying to get some.Thanksgiving parenting time resolved and.it just so happens that one side of the.family works in retail and so of course.on thanksgiving day they're going to be.working i mean that's just kind of how.it's going to work out for them this.year with the black friday shopping so.you know we we figured why not just.offer it even though she you know mom.might be entitled to have the.Thanksgiving holiday why not offer it up.to father because we know that he.doesn't have to work I mean again.holidays are all about spending time.with families so when you can be.flexible that's great and maybe you want.to ask for a different day in exchange.and maybe you're going to do your.Thanksgiving celebration on a Saturday.or Sunday that weekend you know.then I think it's more than reasonable.to ask for that type of flip-flop or you.know kind of a trade in the schedule.okay all right and on that note Stefano.do you think it would be reasonable for.a person in the situation that Tracey.was just talking about to say well yeah.I'm going to be working on Thanksgiving.but my parents the grandparents want to.spend time with the kids and that's what.I'm going to go ahead and do instead of.me taking my time I'm going to let them.spend time with the grandparents and and.in that case the other parent actually.wants to see the kids what are your.thoughts on that I you know I see this.what happened a lot and you do see this.game where it's like well even though I.can't spend time with the child there's.other you know there's my side of the.family and they want to spend time with.the child and you know this is a very.you know there's a thin line here and.this is a tough situation to deal with.there's a lot of emotion volunt you can.understand maybe it's your client who's.requesting the child spend time with his.in-laws or or you know grandparents or.parents or whatever maybe um you know I.can understand that request is being.reasonable you know especially because.grandparents might not have a lot of.access to the children or at least.designated court-ordered access outside.of the holidays where this is a good.opportunity for them to spend time with.each other but again it I can also.understand and appreciate the other side.of the argument which is you know the.child has two parents and those are the.primary most important people in the.child's life and if so if you can't.exercise it perhaps you should give the.right of first refusal and that term.right of first refusal that's something.that can be incorporated to a parenting.plan agreement where you specifically.give that apparent that right and just.think it's a two-way street so if it.does get incorporated if the situation.flips itself and the other parent can.exercise their parenting time on a.holiday because they're working or they.have another obligation you would.receive that same benefit so you know I.can understand and appreciate both.arguments it's a tough situation and.it's something where you really hope the.parties can work together on you know.maybe set up another day where the.grandparents can spend time with the.child as opposed to that particularly.holiday if it's really important to the.other parent and the key is is is love.being reasonable about it you know if.you really need your child to be there.that's one thing maybe ask your child to.you know especially for older kids who.are teenagers you know where would you.like to spend the day which you know or.can you split up the day if they're dry.I think maybe they can go to both I mean.a lot of kids from mixed families wind.up spending you know Thanksgiving.holiday or Christmas holiday at two.different houses and I think that's a.reasonable solution you know at worst as.well those are great suggestion Stefano.and in talking about the right of first.refusal for anybody who's listening or.who watches this just know that you.don't have to incorporate the right of.first refusal just for the holidays it.can apply to any part of the year and.just apply to all of your parenting.plants so say for example you have to.work on a day that you don't expect to.work and it's your day to have the.children if you have a fright of first.refusal provision in your parenting plan.say that says that if you're gone from.the children's presence or you can't be.with them for more than three hours and.the other parent gets the option of.having them then you have to give them.that option but they have to do the same.for you I think it's a great thing to.have and you know you have to figure out.the time period that works best for you.and your kids three hours of time may be.too short of a time for some people to.incorporate that they may want to do a.longer period of being absent from the.children so you have to think about your.children their ages what they need and.who they would be with if you couldn't.be with them and you know and other.factors to consider our how close or far.does the other parent live from you how.far how long would they stand or spend.travelling so there's a lot of things to.consider but the right of first refusal.does help us avoid a lot of conflicts.when one the parent who's supposed to be.that the kids can for whatever reason um.I want to talk about holiday plans and.whether or not those usually supersede.meaning whether or not they prevail over.the regular parenting time plan so say.the regular parenting plan is a week on.week off schedule Tracy but then the.holidays come around what takes priority.in most of the cases that you see um.definitely the holiday parenting time.schedule typically takes priority over.any regular parenting time schedule so.I've seen it in situations maybe where.one party is not entitled to get as much.parenting time as the other one so it's.an it's not an equal parenting time.situation.and maybe that parent typically only.gets every other weekend well in this.situation let's say Christmas falls on a.weekend that's not really they're not.usually entitled to according to the.regular plan well they actually might.get three weekends in a row a parenting.time and you know that could cause the.other party to be mad of course though.but the holiday time usually takes.precedence over all the regular.parenting time schedule and is that.something that you recommend.specifically being written into the.parenting plan yeah I think it's always.good you know just to make one brief.statement that the holiday parenting.time schedule is going to supersede the.regular parenting time schedule just so.there's no ambiguity to it and everybody.knows that hey this is what's covering.governing right now okay all right.that's really good so do people consider.birthdays holidays Stefano um this is.kind of another one where you have the.option to and you know it's something.where if you don't leave it up to the.judge is something that you guys can.contract for in your parenting time plan.agreement whether or not it's the.children's birthdays or the parents.birthdays and whether or not you want to.consider those holidays um no matter.what I think they're worth mentioning I.don't think it's a good idea to leave.them out or ignore them because it.leaves open the debate of who gets the.kids on their birthday or the parents.birthday so I think it should be.addressed but you can choose whether or.not you want to specify it as a holiday.or whether you want to specify and say.during these days the regular parenting.time plan should apply which basically.means you know look if it's a parent's.howarth day or one of the children's.birthday whoever's day it falls on the.regular parents time schedule they get.to exercise that day and you know when.you're talking about birthdays and you.know especially if it's an equal.parenting time schedule I think that's.it usually a good route to go because as.we know every year it will change what.they their birthday is on and it's.something where you know you allow.there's enough time for the other.parents exercise you know their birthday.or celebrate their birthday or their.children's birthday on their next.available parenting time that you know.usually it might be the day after or two.days after and I think that's reasonable.and you know look as the kid yeah you.know they may.like the idea if they get to kind of.birthday party celebrations or for.something to that effect so I don't.think it's worth mentioning you can go.either way with it you know and.especially if there's a large amount of.children or there's a you know the.parents birthdays you know these are a.lot of extra holidays that you need to.be aware of and all it does is if you.consider them holidays you run the risk.with Tracy talked about earlier as.overlapping audience you know what.happens if it's a birthday during.someone's summer vacation schedule or.whatever maybe it just makes it more.difficult to plan ahead if you have all.these individual holiday sticking out.everywhere the kind of you know flip.everything on set it gets very confusing.it can't get confusing and you know I've.had people really pare down their.holidays just to what most of us.consider the major ones Christmas and.Thanksgiving and I'm not necessarily.recommending that because I've also seen.people kind of make up their own.holidays like in one case i had the.parties in agreement that super bowl.sunday was a holiday but always.important to both of them and their.families and so they included it in.their parenting plan in another case one.of the parties celebrated certain ask.tech holidays which are not holidays.that we commonly hear of and the other.party didn't but she honored him and and.the things that he celebrated enough to.let him include those as days when he.could see the kids so you know as with.everything in family law you can be as.creative as you want as long as it's in.the best interest of the children so.even if the holiday is not you know.universally recognized it's still.something that you can include if you.think it's important enough and you know.one thing that I think is even if you.have 15 holidays throughout the year.trying to keep them as simple and.straightforward as far as exchange times.and locations that's the best but when.you get into multiple exchanges during.one day that's where it can get messy.and that's when it leaves room icing or.confusion what do you think about that.Tracy yeah definitely I think you know.the more consistent you can be with the.holiday schedule I think the better so.if you're trying to split up Memorial.Day.I mean that just doesn't seem like that.realistic to me versus maybe you have an.equal parenting time schedule and.whoever's exercising time that weekend.just keeps them for the extra day I.think that's a good scenario because a.lot of people like to take trips on.those three day weekends i know i will.when my kids are a little bit older so i.just think that's a good option to keep.those straightforward and if it's equal.you know that those holidays holidays.are going to rotate throughout the year.i think it might be a little bit.different situation if one parent is.getting less time and those might be.days where you might concede that you.know they should be able to have them or.have more of the option to have them.definitely and i'm glad you brought that.up because there's three day weekends or.things that commonly are included in.parenting plan agreements you know.either the parties aren't going to.recognize the three day weekends and.they're just going to buy the regular.parenting time plan or whoever has.children in the weekend just before like.a monday holiday will keep the children.for that long weekend so you know these.are just things for you to think about.they're not necessarily things that you.have to address it just depends on your.life and your family and your children.so it's about time to wrap up Stefano.can you give me just like a takeaway.that people can leave with going into.the holidays with children and parenting.plans oh I think you know the most.important one is you know really put.your kids interest first you know.holidays are a stressful time period.everyone's running around and especially.when it comes to you know divorced.families or families going through.separation with children you know these.issues can add a lot of hostility to a.very tenuous situation already I.understand that parents want to fight.for their time with their children and.not always you know the other party is.not always acting reasonably but try to.be the best parent that you can be by.you know taking your kids perspective.you know they want they don't like.animosity between the parents they don't.like a dozen different exchanges just to.you know make a point you know they want.it to go as seamlessly as possible these.are memories that the kids are going to.tab with them forever put their.interests first your parenting plan.might not be perfect there might be.ambiguities both parties should be.respectful and fair of each other and.really put your kids interest first.because they're the ones who suffer most.as we all know I appreciate that and.Tracy how do you think planning ahead.for people can help them and how would.you suggest that they plan ahead going.into the holidays well I would.definitely suggest maybe sending the.other parent an email or something a.couple months before the holidays I know.that sounds like a long time but heck.I'm already done with my Christmas.shopping so you gotta plan ahead for.these things just to make sure that you.know nothing is going to come up at the.last minute and like Stefano was talking.about before you don't want to get the.police involved or have to think that.you have to call the police to try and.get your your child back on a day that.you think is yours so try and work.things out beforehand maybe just send.them a quick email just confirming these.are the days i'm going to have the.children these are the days you are then.if there is a dispute you could maybe.try and work work it out amongst.yourselves maybe go to mediation or even.call your judge and try and get a brief.telephonic to get the issue resolved and.that's actually what i did in that case.i was referring to when mom's birthday.felt during you know dad's christmas.parenting time so i think those are all.good options just to make sure that your.there's no conflicts in the months ahead.those are really fantastic tips Tracy.and I thank you both Stephanie that.tracer trick I can't talk crazy and.stuff enough thank you both for joining.joining me on this hangout on air I.think guys gave some great tips for.parenting plans drafting parenting plans.and parenting time during the holidays.that's going to do it for this edition.of the family law insider podcast.hangout on air remember we're on your.side when it matters most and we'll see.you next time thanks for joining us.thanks Wendy.

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  7. Once you are done, save it. You can also forward it with other people.

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How to create an electronic signature for the Parenting Plans Forms in Chrome

Chrome has got support as a adaptable browser due to its comprehensive features, useful tools, and extensions. In this way, you can keep all your tools on your home screen in front of you. You just need to press what you require without searching for it complicatedly.

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Here are the basic instructions you need to follow:

  1. Notice the CocoSign extension on Chrome Webstore and press the option 'Add'.
  2. Log in to your account if registered before, otherwise press signup and register with us.
  3. On your Parenting Plans Forms , right-click on it and go to open with option. From there, choose CocoSign reader to open the document.
  4. Press 'My Signature' and design your personalized signatures.
  5. Put down it on the page where you require it.
  6. Press 'Done'.
  7. Once you are done, save it. You can also forward it with other people.

How to create an electronic signature for the Parenting Plans Forms in Gmail?

Mailing documents is so welcome that majority of companies have gone paperless. Therefore, it will be a great alternative if one can insert esignature on the doc by Gmail by a direct route. You can do it by placing a CocoSign extension on your Chrome. Here is what you need to do:

  1. Place the CocoSign extension to your browser from the Chrome Webstore.
  2. Log in to your pre-registered account or just 'Sign up'.
  3. Open the email with the document you need to sign.
  4. From the sidebar, click 'Sign'.
  5. Type your electronic signatures.
  6. Design them in the document where you need to.
  7. Press 'Done'.

The signed file is in the draft folder. You can easily deliver it to your required mailing address.

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How to create an e-signature for the Parenting Plans Forms straight from your smartphone?

mobile phones are the most effective electronic devices used these days. You must be interested in using e-signature from this most used electronic device.

Also, with eSignature capability on your mobile phone, you can e-sign your document anytime, anywhere, away from your laptop or desktop. You can make use of CocoSign electronic signature on your phones by following these instructions:

  1. Navigate to the CocoSign website from your mobile browser. Login to your CocoSign account or sign up with us if you don't have registered before.
  2. Select the document you need to e-sign from your mobile folder.
  3. Open the document and click the page where you want to put the electronic signatures.
  4. Press 'My Signatures'.
  5. Design your electronic signature and place it to the page.
  6. Press 'Done'.
  7. Load the document or directly share through email.

That's it. You will be done signing your Parenting Plans Forms on your phones within minutes. With CocoSign's remote signature software, you no longer need to worry about the security of your electronic signatures and use our application of your choice.

How to create an e-signature for the Parenting Plans Forms on iOS?

Many softwares have a harder setup when you start using them on an iOS device like the iPhone or iPad. However, you can insert esignature on the doc simply with CocoSign, either using the iOS or Android operating system.

Below steps will help you to e-sign your Parenting Plans Forms from your iPad or iPhone:

  1. Place the CocoSign application on your iOS device.
  2. Design your CocoSign account or login if you have a previous one.
  3. You can also sign in through Google and Facebook.
  4. From your internal storage, select the document you need to e-sign.
  5. Open the document and click the section you want to put your signatures.
  6. Design your electronic signatures and save them in your desired folder.
  7. Save the changes and email your Parenting Plans Forms .
  8. You can also share it to other people or upload it to the cloud for future use.

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How to create an electronic signature for the Parenting Plans Forms on Android?

In recent, Android gadgets are popular used. Therefore, to make convenience to its customers, CocoSign has developed the application for Android users. You can use the following steps to e-sign your Parenting Plans Forms from Android:

  1. Place the CocoSign app from Google Play Store.
  2. Login to your CocoSign account from your device or signup if you have not been pre-registered.
  3. Press on the '+' option and add the document in which you want to put your electronic signatures.
  4. Go for the area you want to put your signatures.
  5. Design your e-signature in another pop-up window.
  6. Place it on the page and press '✓'.
  7. Save changes and email the file.
  8. You can also share this signed Parenting Plans Forms with other people or upload it on the cloud.

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Parenting Plans Forms FAQs

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Is it legal to have an unregistered off-the-grid (no birth certificate) baby in the USA?

It's not illegal to HAVE the child as in giving birth; Mother Nature isn't going to delay delivery because she's waiting on paperwork, after all! The UN does have the provision, as many others have already stated and linked, that a child has a right to a name and nationality. I'm not sure about Federal (USA) or state laws. I believe those have also been covered elsewhere. My contribution here is two-fold. First, as a family historian, it is extremely difficult as it is to trace lineage with documentation available during different eras. For example, I am working with records from the 1800s in the Continue Reading

Technology: What are the best loopholes you have come across?

I came across a loophole in the library where I studied by pure accident. I used to go there to study and to also print out the lecture notes which were on average 40 pages long and the print was .10$ for each page. So basically i paid 4$ for each lecture i printed. This was a costly exercise for me and i spent on average 30$ each week for printing. The way it worked was, I had a library card and I recharged it as needed using the recharge machine. The recharge machine was about 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide. You had to insert the card, it would read it and then prompt you to insert the cash you Continue Reading

How did your marriage end?

I am going to post from a different perspective. While rest of the answers talks about, how other person was at fault. In my case, I fucked up.. Fucked up bad. Before going into “how”. I will respond on “what”. What ended my marriage. In one word: Porn. It started at porn, but the end was because of my infidelity. Ours was a love marriage. Marriage for which I fought very hard with mine and her parents. Things were great. There was a period of time, when we were in a long distance relationship. That was the time, I turned up to porn. I enjoyed it. I masturbated to porn first thing in morning and l Continue Reading

Why do many people in the US have so much resentment about the meager governmental benefits that the poor receive?

Because most middle/upper class people have no idea how much in benefits THEY get from the government. A few examples: Public colleges - they’re not funded as much as they used to be, but students at universities still tend to come from higher-income families. Go back to Milton Friedman, who called public universities a major wealth transfer to higher-income people. Mortgage Interest deduction - This is HUGE. The U.S. government forgoes more tax revenue from the mortgage interest deduction than it spends on housing for the poor. But it’s money that the government doesn’t get rather than money it Continue Reading

How do I fill out the German student visa form?

I would suggest to fill it digitally with the help of adobe Fill and Sign. It would represent great impression as it would look nice and Tidy. All the Best !

What was your hardest case as a therapist?

my hardest wuz a mature couple. Their life (individually) wuz making their partners life as tough as possible. Amazing enuff - they came (as a couple) to “make their lives better”. I taught “Fair Fighting”. They began to fight in the session. Alotta 54!t came out in those sessions. They cont as individually depressed individuals but after a yr began 2 get something (I told them “U will B in this relationship 50 + yrs. Y have 50 yrs of hell. Is there some way U can get some support outta dis relationship steada having it drain U all the time?”) out of commin. I gave homework & eventually they be Continue Reading

Have you ever helped anybody?

I help when I can, most recently I donated my running car to a lady that needed one, but that's not the fun story. Was driving home from work, I am an auto tech and I watch for stranded people. As we hit the offramp to my house there was a Toyota truck towing a small pop up camper. They were crossing 2 states for a family reunion. The camper had a wheel issue. I escorted them to a closed down school nearby, a husband and wife with a 7 year old girl. I ran into our local town (2 miles) but was not able to locate the parts needed to repair the failed wheel bearing. We had to wait for the next day Continue Reading

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