The agreement may designate a certain duration, the frequency, the location of a drug and alcohol testing facility, and who is responsible to pay for the testing. Also, the agreement may reflect the conditions that occur when a drug and alcohol test is not passed.
Sometimes the Court will order such conditions as part of the parenting plan. However, the parties may agree to such testing as well.
If you would like to know more about having your parenting plan include a drug and alcohol testing prerequisite, please contact The Harris Law Firm at 303 299 9484
By Carrie Eckstein, Esq.