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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You’ve always been accommodating with your coParent but you now want to stick to your original parenting plan. Learn what’s good ‘ex-etiquette’.
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The holidays can be wonderful, but they are also a very difficult time of year for coParents. Here are some tips on navigating the holidays while coParenting.
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A coParent may be acting in a difficult way to hurt you but really they only end up hurting your child. Trying to keep the focus on your child is best.
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Your significant other is coParenting with an ex and you are uncomfortable with the amount of time that they spend. Learn how to establish trust.
(2 minutes 42 seconds read)
The best coParenting relationship is one that puts your child first and coming to a parenting plan agreement early so your child can adjust is very important.
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It’s best if you and your coParent can come to an agreement about parenting time outside of court and file to make it official and enforceable.
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Using your kids’ best interest as the criteria for decision making, ask yourself where would THEY like to trick or treat?
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One of the things that ensures the successful combining of families is to acknowledge each family member’s individuality and what they bring to the family.
(3 minutes 16 seconds read)
coParenting is difficult as it is, but it’s even more difficult with a narcissist. It’s a diagnosis that gets thrown around a lot when people break-up
(4 minutes 16 seconds read)
Long parenting plans can work and don’t necessarily mean less time with your child overall. Adjustments for the child’s benefit may require change.
(2 minutes 40 seconds read)
The truth is, the more you share with their other parent, the better parent — and coParent — you are. Being proactive, if your coParent won’t cooperate…
(2 minutes 16 seconds read)
For a child to thrive, especially in co-parenting situations, they need to have consistency in as many aspects of parenting as possible including discipline.
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The dreaded words “That’s not how we do it at Mom’s (or Dad’s) house”. As much as we would like to coordinate, things may differ from house to house.
(2 min 32 sec read)