Education plans (s.C Code Ann. § 63-15-220) Parents must submit to the court, as part of custody proceedings, educational plans reflecting parental preferences, the time the child will spend with each parent and the parent who will make important decisions for the child, including the child`s training, medical and dental care, extracurricular activities and religious formation. You should strive to work with the other parent to negotiate a plan. Otherwise, the judge will do it for you and you will probably end up with the same general agreement that will be given to all the other families in your situation. All of this can be easily achieved without a lawyer using do-it-yourself software that offers structured guidance and support. The amount of the visit received by the other parent can vary greatly. One of the main problems in determining the amount of the other parent`s visit is the physical distance between the parent and the child as well as the nature of the relationship between the parent and the child. These orders are always made according to the best spiritual and other interests of the children. In South Carolina, when the parents are married, section 63-5-30 states that neither parent has a priority right to the other`s right to custody of the minor. . . .