While every family is unique, and the parenting agreement that they develop will also be unique, it is often useful to review samples and refer to guidelines of things to consider. Listed below are some resources that you might find useful. If there is something we should add, please let us know.
Critical Issues for Consideration when Developing Practical Parenting Plans For Families in Conflict: A Working Guide is a comprehensive document developed by the Alberta Roundtable on Family Law Society: Calgary Chapter, December 1, 2006. (alternate link to document)
Parenting Time, Parenting Plans, Separation Agreements. This is a web page of Shared Parenting Information Group (SPIG) UK. You'll find sample agreements, guides of what to consider, and calendars.
Model Parenting Time Plans for parent/child access is an informative, 52 page guide and workbook from the Arizona Supreme Court. (alternate link to document)
Child Custody Parenting Plans is a detailed workbook and software package by Bruce Smith, a Certified Family Mediator in Indiana. (commercial publication)
Building a Parenting Agreement that Works: How to Put Your Kids First When Your Marriage Doesn't Last is a by Mimi E. Lyster. (commercial publication)
Parenting Agreements/Parenting Plans: Everything You Need to Know is a 40 page "fill-in-the-blanks" agreement from The Custody Center. (commercial publication)
Parenting Plan Worksheet is a 12 page, "fill-in-the-blanks" guide to creating a detailed parenting plan from Gary Direnfeld. (commercial publication)