Religious Consideration in Parenting Plans: Ball v. Ball
By: Anne M. Courchaine, Esq.
If you are religious, you likely draw upon your religious tradition and teachings in making most, if not all, of the decisions above. You are also likely to want your child to be instructed in your religious tradition. However, religious instruction can become more challenging if you have a parenting plan with a co-parent or ex-spouse. In Ball v. Ball, the parents used a form, which included a section titled "Religious Education Arrangements".