Yes. In South Dakota, any agreement by the parties for visitation other than the standard guidelines shall be in writing, signed by both parties and filed with the court. The agreed plan shall be approved by court order and replace the standard guidelines or any plan previously filed.
Can my ex-spouse and I propose a child visitation agreement that doesn't follow the South Dakota Parenting Guidelines?
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