JDF 1113 R7/06 PARENTING PLAN Page 1 of 7
District Court Juvenile Court
_________________________________________ County, Colorado
The Marriage of:
Parental Responsibilities concerning:
COURT USE ONLY
Attorney or Party Without Attorney (Name and Address):
Phone Number: E-mail:
FAX Number: Atty. Reg. #:
To promote the amicable settlement of disputes among parties, parties may enter into a written parenting plan
containing provisions for the allocation of parental responsibilities including decision-making and parenting time.
You must submit to the Court some form of written Parenting Plan addressing all of the issues which are
relevant to the facts of your case. If you do not, the Court must enter its own plan, and this may not be the plan
you think is in the best interests of you or your child(ren). When the Court either approves your plan, or enters its
own, the plan will become a Court Order.
You may use this form as a Parenting Plan to submit to the Court. This standard form does not include every
possible issue that may be relevant to the facts of your case. A section entitled "Other Terms" is available for you
to identify unique issues that you may have in your case. If you need more space than is provided, attach
additional pages to the form. Any additional pages must include notarized signatures.
This is a
Full Parenting Plan or a Partial Parenting Plan. If this is a partial plan, please complete and file
with the Court JDF 1129 – Pretrial Statement to identify issues that you have not agreed on. This is a required
form if you have any issues that you cannot agree on.
The Petitioner is the child(ren)’s:
Father Mother Other Party (state relationship to child(ren)
The Co-Petitioner/Respondent is the child(ren)’s: Father Mother Other Party (state relationship to
The child(ren) are:
Full Name of Child
Present Address Sex Date of Birth