Parenting Plans

Washington Parenting Plans Attorney


Matters involving your children are sensitive. You may be concerned about damaging your bond with your child, about potential abuse or neglect, or about creating a parenting time schedule that works for you and your children. At the Morrison Law Firm, we work with you to understand your concerns and objectives and advocate for what is important to you.

Contact our Washington law firm to speak with a skilled child custody lawyer about your case.

Washington Parenting Plans Laws (Child Custody and Visitation)

Whether a parenting plan is determined through mediation, by agreement of the parties, or by the courts, it is important to find a solution that is in the best interests of the children. Unless there are special circumstances, such as abuse, mental illness, or other cause, it is usually in the best interests of the child--and the parents--for the child to have a meaningful relationship with each parent.

  • Custodial parent: The child will reside with the parent with primary custody.
  • Non-custodial parent: The non-custodial parent will typically be awarded visitation time to spend with their child, generally on weekends, holidays, breaks from school, and other time.

Advocating for Your Parental Rights and Concerns

Attorney Don Morrison will work with you to learn about your relationship with your child and your goals for continuing that relationship. Whether you or the other parent have been awarded visitation, we strive to negotiate parenting schedules that are advantageous to your needs. In addition, we handle child support, abuse concerns, and modifications of parenting plans and child support obligations.

Protection and Guidance through Difficult Times

Contact us for advocacy from an experienced family lawyer. For your convenience, we have offices located in Spokane.


Contact Us

Morrison Law Office
421 West Riverside Avenue
Suite 260
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509.443.5947
Fax: 509.463.4453 E-mail Us

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