While spending time with friends and family is important, it is also important to have valuable bonding time alone with your kids.
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coParenting is difficult especially with a special needs child. It is important there aren’t many differences between homes so the child feels more comfortable.
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In an effort to effectively co-parent with my ex I am looking to alternatives to taking my 15-year-old daughter’s phone away.
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Mediation helps coparents come to an agreement, especially if you disagree often. A “mediator” is an unbiased third party who facilitates a negotiation.
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‘The 10 rules of Good Ex-etiquette for Parents’ is a guide for parents who wish to coparent more effectively. Especially when you’re coparenting teenagers.
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Can I go back to family court and file for sole custody so I won’t have to talk to my child’s father anymore?
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coParenting when you live hours away is difficult. It’s important to detail how the custody schedule will accommodate the parent that is moving.
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My children’s mother is always late to exchange the kids! What are my options to make this stop? Can we do this with a mediator or coach?
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Social media is being used against me during my custody case. Will I still be able to obtain legal custody of my child if my ex is saying bad things about me?
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By giving your child time with the other parent and steering clear of confrontation, you are taking the first step to making the separation easier on your kids.
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CoParenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, coParenting apps, and professional help all impacts your 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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What should your kids call their step mom or step dad? Dr. Jann Blackstone gives some insight.
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Learn the most common reasons coParents make changes to their existing parenting plan, when to expect those changes, and what to do when the moment arises.
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“What if I don’t use this coParenting app? Will it hurt me in family court?” Learn how not using the coParenter app can actually hurt your custody case.
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