Consider “the Right of First Refusal” When Crafting a Parenting Plan in Massachusetts

On Behalf of | May 24, 2017 | Parenting Plans |

The “right of first refusal” in Massachusetts family law cases is a court ordered right between the parents, that provides “Parent A” the option to care for a child during “Parent B’s” designated time, when “Parent A” is otherwise unavailable.

This means the child is in the care of their own parent instead of placing that child into the care of a third-party provider. It also avoids paying for the cost of the third party care provider.

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