Exhibit E

COURT-CREATED PARENTING PLAN

(Revised 12/15/09)

  1. The best interests of the parentsí minor child(ren) will be maintained through the ongoing involvement of both the Mother and Father with the child(ren).
  2. The best interests of the parentsí minor child(ren) will also be maintained by ensuring regular and continuous school attendance and the progress for school-age child(ren) of the parties.
  3. Both parents should remain active and involved in parenting the child(ren).
  4. The main reason for this parenting Plan is to establish custody, parenting time, visitation, and other access arrangements, to determine parenting time to be spent with the Mother and the Father, and to decide how to deal with any future disagreements between the Mother and Father about this Parenting Plan.
  5. The parents should understand that the needs of the child(ren) may change as the child(ren) get(s) older and they should interpret and apply the Parenting Plan in a way that best serves any changing needs of the child(ren).
  6. The custodial parent shall have legal custody of the child(ren) and, as such, shall have the legal responsibility and authority to make final decisions concerning parenting functions necessary to raising the child(ren).
  7. The principal place of residence (physical custody) of the child(ren) shall be with the custodial parent subject to the terms of the Parenting Plan.
  8. Reasonable visitation rights of the non-custodian parent shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

 WEEKEND VISITATION: Weekend visitation shall be every other weekend from Friday to Sunday starting on the first Friday following the date of the entry of the decree, or the entry of the most recent order modifying custody and visitation.

 HOLIDAY VISITATION: In even numbered years, the non-custodial parent shall have the child(ren) on the following holidays that are numbered with an even number. In odd numbered years the non-custodial parent shall have the child(ren) on the child(ren) on the following holidays that are numbered with an odd number:

1.

Easter: This holiday shall be from the day school is dismissed for Easter vacation to the day before school resumes after that holiday.

2.

Thanksgiving: This holiday shall be from the day school is dismissed for Thanksgiving to the day before school resumes after that holiday.

3.

Christmas: This holiday shall be from the day school is dismissed before Christmas to December 26th of each year.

4.

New Yearís: This holiday shall be from December 26th of each year to the day before school resumes after New Year.

 SUMMER VISITATION: The non-custodial parent shall have summer visitation of six weeks of continuous summer visitation the dates of which are to be selected in writing with a certified mailing delivered to the custodial parent on or before May 1st of each calendar year.

††††† During this period of summer visitation, the custodial parent shall have weekend visitation as set forth above.

  MOTHERíS AND FATHERíS DAY: The child(ren) shall spend Motherís Day with their mother and Fatherís Day with their father.

  GENERAL PROVISIONS:

1.

Time: All weekend and holiday visitation shall begin and end at 6:00 p.m. on the day this order states as the start or end of a visitation period, as the case may be.† Summer visitation and visitation on Motherís Day and Fatherís Day shall start at 9:00 a.m. and end at 6:00 p.m.

 

Schoolís Commencement and End: School shall be deemed to start and end on the day the school attended by the child(ren) starts and ends, but if children do not attend school, the start of end of the public grade school in the community where the children live shall control.

3.

Transportation: Parties who live in different communities shall meet at a public place halfway between their respective communities to exchange the child(ren) at the start and end of all visitations. Parties who live in the same community shall have the non-custodial parent pick up the child(ren) at the start of visitation, and the custodial parent shall pick up the minor child(ren) at the end of visitation. Driving may be done by any responsible adult who is related to the parties by blood or marriage.

4.

Modification: The parties may modify this visitation schedule by mutual agreement in writing as they desire. Oral agreements frequently result in misunderstanding, and are to be avoided.

5.

In the event of conflict, holiday visitation supercedes weekend visitation.

6.

In the event a child is invited or desires to participate in any activity which may interfere with a visit the custodial parent will not encourage, permit, or consent thereto without prior approval of the non-custodial parent.

7.

A custodial parent who is not cohabitating with an unrelated person of the opposite sex may refuse overnight visitation if the non-custodial parent is cohabitating with an unrelated person of the opposite sex.

  TELEPHONE VISITATION: The non-custodial parent may telephone the child(ren) for a period not to exceed 15 minutes per child between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, and at such other times as the parties may agree in writing, and the custodial parent shall not participate in or interfere with such calls.

  WRITTEN CONTACT: The non-custodial parent shall have the right of unlimited correspondence with the child(ren), and the custodial parent shall not censor or interfere with such correspondence.

  1. Being on time. Both parents understand that they have the responsibility to be on time. If either parent will be late for some reason, or will be unable to either visit with the child(ren) on time or provide visitation with the child(ren) on time, such parent shall notify the other parent as soon as possible of the delay. Both parents understand that the fifteen (15) minutes is a reasonable time for a parent to wait in order to pick up or return the child(ren).
  2. The child(ren)ís best interests require the utmost cooperation between the parents. To this end, neither parent shall talk badly or in any way be negative about the other parent in front of the child(ren) or in any activity or communication through the child(ren). Neither parent will ask about the otherís personal affairs through the child(ren). Each parent shall cooperate with the other, to the fullest extent necessary, in order to encourage a safe, secure and loving environment for the child(ren).
  3. The names of both parents shall appear on all school, governmental, law enforcement, medical and health-related records, and both parents shall be provided access to all teachers, governmental officials and doctors.
  4. In the event one or both of the parties wish to change the terms of this Parenting Plan in the future and the parties are unable to agree on the terms of such change, the parties shall mediate their disagreements by talking to a trained mediator who has been approved by the Nebraska Office of Dispute Resolution. If mediation is unsuccessful, a complaint to modify custody or visitation may then be filled in this Court.