Using Multiple Parenting Plans

You can have more than one parenting plan in Custody X Change, which is helpful if you want to work on different drafts. You could also make a plan for each child (if they'll have different custody arrangements) or each ex.

Keep in mind that each plan will have its own settings.

Creating additional plans

Custody X Change automatically creates your first plan when you open an account. To add additional plans, you’ll need to go to the plan management console.

To get there, first click the "parenting plan" tab.

Then, hit "switch plan" at the top left of your screen. (On your phone, you may instead see a gray button with two people on it.) From the drop-down menu, select "manage parenting plans."

You'll land in your plan management console (pictured below).

To create a blank plan, click "new parenting plan."

If you'd rather make a copy of an existing plan, click that plan's name under the heading "all parenting plans." Then hit the "duplicate" button near the top of the page.

Whether you created a plan from scratch or duplicated an existing one, a box will appear for you to enter a name. Use any name that will help you distinguish this plan from your others.

As soon as you hit "create," your new plan is ready and opened for you to work on.

Renaming plans

To rename a parenting plan, follow the instructions above to arrive at your plan management console.

From there, click on the plan you want to rename, under the heading "all parenting plans."

Next, hit the "rename" button near the top of the page. Enter any name that will help you distinguish this plan from your others, and hit save.

Moving between plans

To switch which plan you're working on or viewing, first click the "parenting plan" tab.

Then click the "switch plan" button at the top left of your screen, which may appear as a gray button with two people on it if you're using a phone.

Finally, select your desired plan from the drop-down menu.

Custody X Change is software that lets you make multiple parenting plans and schedules.

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