There are a variety of joint custody plans. The goal is for coParents is to work together to create the best parenting plan for their children.
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Separating and divorcing parents’ inability to reach agreements on their own as it pertains to the custody and visitation of their children is far from uncommon.
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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.
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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…
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When a child comes along two scenarios can play out: The first includes the the looming reality of co-parenting and divorce. The best case is where…
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Hear advice from professional, Dr. Jann Blackstone, on what to do when your child wants can change the parenting plan you and your co-parent agreed upon.
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Genetic vulnerabilities, physical illness, and the stresses associated with poverty, all affect the lens through which a child views self and others.
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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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Learn how to negotiate behaviors with your family and your coParents family when childcare is needed. Make parenting boundaries while maintaining your cool.
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Developing a healthy diet for your kids and having your coParents support. Learn how to talk with your coParent about your kids eating habits.
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A coParent asks for advice about telling his son he’s not his biological father.
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