Form DV-PP 108.1 Parenting Plan - Illinois

Form DV-PP108.1 or the "Parenting Plan" is a form issued by the Illinois Circuit Court.

Download a PDF version of the Form DV-PP108.1 down below or find it on the Illinois Circuit Court Forms website.

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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Circuit Courts.
For Court Use Only
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
PARENTING PLAN
CIRCUIT COURT
(check the correct box)
Petitioner's Parenting Plan
COUNTY
Respondent's Parenting Plan
Agreed Parenting Plan
Court's Parenting Plan
Instructions
Directly above, enter
the county where you
filed this case.
Petitioner (First, middle, last name)
Enter the full name of
Petitioner,
Respondent, and the
v.
case number as listed
on the Petition for
Dissolution of
Respondent (First, middle, last name)
Case Number
Marriage/Civil Union
(Divorce with
Children).
Check the box for
whose Parenting Plan
this is.
1.
Parent Information:
a.
Petitioner's contact information:
Do not complete 1a if
Petitioner's information
Name:
is protected because of
First
Middle
Last
domestic violence or
abuse.
Address:
Street Address, Apt.
City
State
ZIP
Phone number:
Email:
Petitioner is employed:  Yes  No
Employer name:
Employer address:
Street Address
City
State
ZIP
Employer phone number:
b.
Respondent's contact information:
Do not complete 1b if
Respondent's
Name:
information is protected
First
Middle
Last
because of domestic
violence or abuse.
Address:
Street Address, Apt.
City
State
ZIP
Phone number:
If this is an agreement,
enter initials on each
Email:
page.
Respondent is employed:  Yes
 No
Employer name:
Petitioner's initials:
Respondent's initials:
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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Circuit Courts.
For Court Use Only
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
PARENTING PLAN
CIRCUIT COURT
(check the correct box)
Petitioner's Parenting Plan
COUNTY
Respondent's Parenting Plan
Agreed Parenting Plan
Court's Parenting Plan
Instructions
Directly above, enter
the county where you
filed this case.
Petitioner (First, middle, last name)
Enter the full name of
Petitioner,
Respondent, and the
v.
case number as listed
on the Petition for
Dissolution of
Respondent (First, middle, last name)
Case Number
Marriage/Civil Union
(Divorce with
Children).
Check the box for
whose Parenting Plan
this is.
1.
Parent Information:
a.
Petitioner's contact information:
Do not complete 1a if
Petitioner's information
Name:
is protected because of
First
Middle
Last
domestic violence or
abuse.
Address:
Street Address, Apt.
City
State
ZIP
Phone number:
Email:
Petitioner is employed:  Yes  No
Employer name:
Employer address:
Street Address
City
State
ZIP
Employer phone number:
b.
Respondent's contact information:
Do not complete 1b if
Respondent's
Name:
information is protected
First
Middle
Last
because of domestic
violence or abuse.
Address:
Street Address, Apt.
City
State
ZIP
Phone number:
If this is an agreement,
enter initials on each
Email:
page.
Respondent is employed:  Yes
 No
Employer name:
Petitioner's initials:
Respondent's initials:
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
Employer address:
Street Address
City
State
ZIP
Employer phone number:
For 1c, if you plan to
move, review Section
10 (Relocation of
c.
If a parent plans to move, they must give the other parent at least 60 days notice, or
Minor Children) to
notice as soon as possible of (1) the intended move date; and (2) the new address unless
see if that Section
applies to your move.
the address is protected because of domestic violence or abuse.
This Parenting Plan is for the Following Children Born to or Adopted by the Parties:
2.
In 2, list the name and
birth date for the minor
Name
Date of Birth
children of the parties.
1.
This plan is only for
children who are
2.
younger than 18.
3.
 I have listed additional minor children on the attached Additional Minor Children form.
3.
Rights and Responsibilities of Both Parents:
Each parent must:
a. Make day-to-day decisions for the children when they have them, such as routine discipline,
minor medical treatment, curfew, chores, and hygiene.
b. Give the other parent the name, address, and telephone number of any health care
provider for the children.
c. Have access to the children's school records, child care information, extracurricular
activity schedules, and medical, dental, and mental health records unless access is denied
by the court.
d. Notify the other parent as soon as possible of emergencies, health care, travel plans, or
other significant child-related issues.
4.
Significant Decision Making
(check only one option for each category):
a. Education decisions
will be made by:
(includes choice of schools and tutors)
 Both parents  Petitioner  Respondent
b. Health decisions
will be made by:
(includes medical, dental, and psychological decisions)
 Both parents  Petitioner  Respondent
c. Religious decisions will be made by:
 Both parents  Petitioner
 Respondent  Reserved
d. Extracurricular/recreational activities decisions will be made by:
 Both parents  Petitioner
 Respondent
In 5a, decide which of
5.
Parenting Time:
the 3 options is best and
a. Time During Monday – Friday
then check the box in
 1.  Petitioner
 Respondent will have the children Monday – Friday except
front it. Complete the
rest of the information
for the following:
for your choice.
 Petitioner
 Respondent will have time with the children on:
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday 
Friday
 a.m.  p.m. until
 a.m.  p.m.
from
 every week
 every other week
This will happen:
Petitioner's initials:
Respondent's initials:
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
 2.  Petitioner
 Respondent will have time with the children during Monday –
Friday on:
 3.  Petitioner
 Respondent will have no time during Monday – Friday
b. Time During the Weekend
 1. 
 Respondent will have time with the children
In 5b, decide which of
Petitioner
the 3 options is best and
 every other weekend  every weekend
then check the box in
 a.m.
 p.m.
from
at
(day)
front of it. Complete
the rest of the
 a.m.
 p.m.
to
(day)
at
information for your
Petitioner
 Respondent will have time with the children during the
 2. 
choice.
weekend on:
 3. No weekend time
The children will be with the other parent all other weekend time.
In 5c, make a schedule
c. Holiday Schedule
(check only one)
for parenting time
 The holidays shall be divided between the parents as follows:
1.
during the holidays.
• In even-numbered years, Petitioner shall have the minor children on Group A
First read both options 1
and 2 and pick either
holidays and Respondent shall have the minor children on Group B holidays.
option 1 or 2. If you
• In odd-numbered years, Petitioner shall have the minor children on Group B
want holidays that are
holidays and Respondent shall have the minor children on Group A holidays.
not listed, you can write
the holidays you want to
add on the blank line in
Group A Holidays:
Group B Holidays:
1 or in the “other” boxes
• 4
th
Thanksgiving Day
of July
in option 2. In option 2,
• Labor Day
enter the start and end
Christmas Eve
time for each holiday
• Christmas Day
New Year's Eve
and check which parent
has the holiday in even
years and which has it
 The holidays shall be divided between the parents as follows:
2.
in odd years.
Time
(include a.m./p.m.)
Holiday
Even Years
Odd Years
Start Time
End Time
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
New Year’s Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Mother’s Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Memorial Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Father’s Day
th
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
July 4
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Labor Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Halloween
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Thanksgiving Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Christmas Eve
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Christmas Day
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
New Year's Eve
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Other:
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Other:
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Other:
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Petitioner's initials:
Other:
 Pet.  Res.
 Pet.  Res.
Respondent's initials:
Other:
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
d. School Spring Break
In 5d, choose 1, 2 or 3.
If you choose 3, you
1.
No specific spring break schedule
(follow the regular parenting schedule)
must write in the
2.
In even-numbered years, Petitioner shall have the entire spring break.
schedule you want.
In odd-numbered years, Respondent shall have the entire spring break.
3.
Other:
In 5e, choose 1, 2 or 3.
e. School Summer Break
If you choose 3, you
 No specific summer break schedule
1.
(follow the regular parenting schedule)
must write in the
 Each parent shall have
weeks in the summer:
2.
schedule you want.
• In even-numbered years, Petitioner shall have first choice of dates.
• In odd-numbered years, Respondent shall have first choice of dates.
• Each parent will notify the other in writing by May 1
st
each year of the weeks
they wish to have summer parenting time.
 Other:
3.
In 5f, choose 1, 2 or 3.
f.
School Winter Break
If you choose 3, you
No specific winter break schedule
1.
(follow the regular parenting schedule)
must write in the
Each parent shall have one-half of the winter break:
2.
schedule you want.
• In even-numbered years, Petitioner shall have the first half and Respondent
shall have the second half.
• In odd-numbered years, Respondent shall have the first half and Petitioner
shall have the second half.
3.
Other:
g. Conflict
If there is conflict, the priority will be:
1st Priority: Holiday
2nd Priority: School Break
3rd Priority: Regular Weekday/Weekend
th
For example, it is your weekend to have the children, but Saturday is July 4
and it is the other
th
parent’s turn to have July 4
. Because the Holiday schedule has 1st Priority, the other parent
If you need more room
to determine parenting
th
will get their time on July 4
even though it is your weekend.
time, check the box and
fill out the Additional
 I have listed additional parenting time information on the attached Additional Parenting Time
Parenting Time form
form.
and file it with this
Parenting Plan.
In 6, read all the options
6.
Transportation of Children
:
(check only one)
and choose which
a.  Petitioner  Respondent shall provide all transportation.
option for transportation
b.  Each parent shall pick up the children at the start of their parenting time.
works best. If you
choose "a", check which
c.  Each parent shall drop off the children at the end of their parenting time.
parent will provide the
transportation.
Petitioner's initials:
Respondent's initials:
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
Choose option 7a or 7b.
7.
Exchange of Children:
If you check 7b, you
a.  Drop off and pick up of the children will be at Petitioner's and Respondent's homes
must list the address
unless both parties agree in advance to a different meeting place.
where the drop off and
pick up of the children
b.  Drop off and pick up of the children shall take place at:
will be.
In 8, check 8a if there
8. First Refusal for Childcare:
will be no right of first
a.  There is no right of first refusal.
refusal. Check 8b if
b.  Each parent must offer the other a first right of refusal as follows:
there will be a right of
• If a parent needs childcare for a period of 24 hours or more during their time with the
first refusal.
children, they must give the other parent the option to care for the children before
finding other childcare.
• As soon as the need for childcare is known, the other parent must be immediately
notified.
• The parent offered the right to care for the children must accept the offer within 2
hours, otherwise the parent needing childcare may use another caregiver.
• Transportation of the children is the same as for other parenting time.
In 9, state when the
children can
9. Communication:
communicate with the
a. The parent who does not have the children in their care may have electronic communication
other parent. In 9a, you
with the children
(check only one):
must choose one of the
3 options. If you check
 Anytime
Other, you must list
 Every day between
 a.m.  p.m. to
 a.m.  p.m.
when the parent is able
 Other:
to communicate with the
children.
b. Electronic communication includes telephone, e-mail, text, video, etc.
c. Electronic communication between the children and the other parent must not be
unreasonably monitored or interrupted.
Relocation is when a
parent seeks to move
10. Relocation of Minor Children:
with children for
a. If a parent with the majority of the parenting time or equal parenting time wishes to relocate
distances of over 25 or
50 miles (depending on
with the children, they must have the agreement of the other parent or permission from the
county where they live).
court when:
1. The children's primary residence is in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, or Will
10a explains that the
parent who has majority
county and the move is within Illinois but more than 25 miles away from their current
or equal parenting and
residence; OR
wants to relocate with
children must obtain the
2. The children's primary residence is in any other county in Illinois and the move is within
permission of the other
Illinois but more than 50 miles away from their current residence; OR
parent or the court.
3. The move is outside of Illinois and more than 25 miles from the children's primary
residence.
10b sets out the
information that must
b. The parent asking to relocate with the children must provide written notice to the other
be in the notice and
parent. The notice must:
when the notice must be
given.
1. Be given at least 60 days before the relocation unless that is impossible. If
impossible, the notice must be given at the earliest date possible; AND
2. State the date the parent plans to relocate; AND
3. State whether the relocation is permanent or for a specific time period; AND
4. State the new address, if known, unless the address is protected because of domestic
Petitioner's initials:
violence or abuse.
Respondent's initials:
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