Co-parenting, 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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Make changes to your child custody agreement without going to family court. Get help with mediation and custody agreements without paying court costs and fees.
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Legal joint custody and physical joint custody are not the same thing. These two areas are critical to maintaining the engine of the co-parenting team.
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Custody schedules can take many forms because no two coParenting situations are the same. Below we examine the most common parenting plans.
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Thinking about separation or divorce and you have children? Co-parenting generally starts with drafting a family/parenting plan. (6 min 43 sec read)
Yes, you can change or update your regular parenting schedule.
Expecting a child with a coParent? Ensure the well-being of your child with a parenting plan, addressing the needs of children from birth through 18 months.
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I saved tens of thousands of dollars and countless hours using the coParenter App to make parenting time and holiday schedules instead of going to family court.
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coParenting time schedules divide the children’s time between both parents. The right schedule is based on the physical and emotional needs of the children.
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One of the primary rules of good ex-etiquette is to respect for the other parent—and your child’s scheduled time with them.
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Dealing with child exchanges doesn’t have to be stressful. There are many solutions that allow parents to create parenting plans and custody schedules.
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