Like life and parenthood, there is no instruction manual for divorce. It seems like chaos and high emotions could be around any corner. Learn how to restructure.
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Perhaps you have exhausted all attempts to co-parent with your ex and you find yourself in a parallel parenting situation. Here are 3 tips to help you succeed.
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This article will help you transition into a healthier co-parenting relationship that keeps the main focus on your children when faced with separation.
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During and after divorce and separation, adults often struggle with feelings that often interfere with their co-parenting relationship.
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Getting your coParent to obey the court order. Read what Dr. Jann suggests for coParents who are struggling to follow a court order.
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As parents telling your child about your divorce is extremely difficult. These 6 key messages are essential for every child to hear, understand & absorb.
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What happens when things don’t work out? If you aren’t legally married, you still may have legal issues to address while transitioning into co-parenting.
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As you set things in motion, there are three things to focus on during your divorce that will help you in the decision-making process.
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Consider the benefits of co-parenting, weigh the positive implications for the health and well being of the children.
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How do you find the RIGHT lawyer for you and your separation and divorce? Here are some helpful tips from a retired family law judge.
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Like the parents, the children will also go through the steps of grief during a divorce. How they handle each step is profoundly influenced by the parents.
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Co-parenting is a lot of work and each stage of the child’s life brings on distinct challenges. Find out how to address these challenges.
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Parallel Parenting is reserved for high-conflict divorces where coParenting is impossible. It is for parents that still carry a great deal of animosity.
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The 1st of a two-part series on identifying and understanding of how grief affects children and co-parents differently when separating and divorcing.
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I would see similar challenges come through my court. From a family court judge’s perspective see what they are and how to present your story to a judge.
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