A parenting plan is essential for divorced parents who are raising their child or children together. No doubt, at the time of the divorce, a plan addressing parenting time, visitation and other issues was put in place. However, as the needs and circumstances of the parents and children change, this plan will probably need to be revisited and adjusted from time to time. This is true especially at the start of a new school year. What are some factors to consider when it's time for the children to pack up their books, pens and pencils and return to school?