Coparenting can be difficult, especially if your coParent is difficult to work with. Learn the most important tips for keeping the peace.
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The difficulty with a co-parent who engages in what some call “white paper terrorism” is you know you shouldn’t respond but sometimes you simply have too.(3 min 16 sec read)
Recognizing how to work with those protective feelings for your child and use them to strengthen your two-home parenting skills and managing your own feelings. (3 min 46 sec read)
You can create your own child support agreement and save money in the process. Find out how to come together and reach coParenting agreements on your own. (3 min 45 sec read)
Facing a custody battle with your soon-to-be-ex? Do everything you can to put on the brakes and try to resolve your issues outside of court. (2 min 27 sec read)
coParenting with someone who still provokes or triggers strong emotion can be challenging, and also re-wounding. Learn ways to adjust to your new life.
Can’t imagine a holiday season without your kids? Newly divorced families face the difficult task of creating holiday custody schedules to coParent effectively.
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There’s no “right way” or “wrong way” to grieve and adjust to divorce, but we can tell you that it is a process that involves layers of emotions.
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The ideal parenting/custody schedule will be the one that fits your child’s unique needs. Find out the difference between the primary and shared schedules.
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It is not easy to tell your children, at any age, that you are divorcing or separating. Here you can find useful examples and tips of ways to make it easier.
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Regarding coParenting and joint custody, it helps to hold coParenting business meetings on a regular basis. Find out more about how to set up these meetings.
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There’s a lot of history between the two coParents, some of it positive, some of it not so good. Hold onto what worked and let go of what didn’t.
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Here are the top tips for creating and managing parenting schedules for your children and aligning with your coParent.
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The purpose of a parenting plan is to determine a somewhat predictable and consistent residential schedule for your children between two homes.
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coParents work well together when they have protocols for both routine and non-routine communication and a way to document joint custody agreements and plans.
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