Matthew Brickman Explains How Out of State and Overseas Travel Work in a Parenting Plan
During divorce mediation between spouses with children, often a parenting plan is created to set the terms for how the children are raised. One of the most common issues when it comes to timesharing and exchange is how out of state and overseas travel will be handled.
By: iMediate Inc
Matthew Brickman is the President of iMediate Inc. and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator. Sydney Mitchell grew up with divorced parents who set the terms for childhood through the use of a parenting plan.
Listeners of the show sent in the question. "Do I Need Permission To Travel Out of State Or Overseas With My Child?" Matthew and Sydney addressed the question in the episode below: https://www.youtube.com/
Building upon the previous episode Matthew Brickman and Sydney Mitchell talk about permission to travel intrastate, interstate and out of country with children being raised in separate households. Matthew and Sydney discusses how the choices made for what essentially is the child's entire childhood are handled in a parenting plan. Discover how useful parenting plans are, how they eliminate all the messy legal terms like "custody", "visitation"
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Matthew Brickman is a Florida Supreme Court certified family and appellate mediator who has worked in the 15th and 19th Judicial Circuit Courts since 2009 and 2006 respectively. But what makes him qualified to speak on the subject of conflict resolution is his own personal experience with divorce.
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President iMediate Inc.