4.3 Restrictions in Decision Making
The Parenting Plan offers the following options in Paragraph 4.3:
- [ ] Does not apply because there are no limiting factors in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2
- [ ] Sole decision making shall be ordered to the [ ] petitioner [ ] respondent for
the following reasons:
- [ ] A limitation on the other parentâ€™s decision making authority is mandated by
RCW 26.09.191 (See paragraph 2.1).
- [ ] Both parents are opposed to mutual decision making.
- [ ] One parent is opposed to mutual decision making, and such opposition is reasonably
based on the following criteria:
- The existence of a limitation under RCW 26.09.191;
- The history of participation of each parent in decision making in each of the areas
in RCW 26.09.184(4)(a);
- Whether the parents have demonstrated ability and desire to cooperate with one another
in decision making in each of the areas in RCW 26.09.184(4)(a); and
- The parentsâ€™ geographic proximity to one another, to the extent that it affects
their ability to make timely mutual decisions.
- [ ] There are limiting factors in paragraph 2.2, but there are no restrictions on
mutual decision making for the following reasons:
For this dialog , we offer the above options as shown in Figure 1.
Note, in Figure 1 the first option is selected by default
being we selected "Does not apply." for Paragraph
2.1 Parental Conduct (RCW 26.09.191(1), (2))
and Paragraph 2.2 Other Factors (RCW 26.09.191(3)).
Selecting the second option displays additional options in the dialog window as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 4 demonstrates the third option selected.
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