Under a “shared parenting plan,” the parents agree that the minor child will reside no less than one hundred eighty nights per calendar year in each parent’s home, and that the parents will share the duties and responsibilities of parenting the children and the expenses of the children in proportion to their incomes.
In South Dakota, what is a “shared parenting plan”?
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