Beyond the usual health issues that come with everyday co-parenting, there is a chance for other health situations to arise that require emergency visits.
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When going through separation and divorce, couples are so focused on the breakup, that they may push aside the importance of breaking the news to their kids.
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Find out first hand, what judges are going through when they take a look at your family court case! Knowing that Judges are people too should help you prepare.
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One way to clear up ambiguity in your co-parenting relationship is too consider establishing some formal boundaries. Here are some tips on how.
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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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Costs for separation & divorce extends well beyond your day in court. For those parting ways, there are some important financial pinch points to consider.
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For the never married co-parents, it is best to construct an agreement about the child. If the breakup goes sour, then there is a firm document set in place.
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These 3 tips apply for all single parents but this article’s focus is on the divorced or divorcing co-parent.
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Becoming a single, co-parenting dad has made my parenting much more purposeful, more proactive, more focused and perhaps a bit more empathic.
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A parenting plan is the parent’s written agreement about how much time the child will spend with each parent. Here is how to file your plan with the courts.
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Regardless of whether the two parents were legally married or not, you go through the process of ‘uncoupling’ and restructuring the family.
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There are many challenges for blended families: sibling rivalries, differences in co-parenting styles, and how to give everyone the attention they deserve.
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Tips on how to co-parent well and have a healthy relationship with your ex. Whether never married or divorced, co-parent well for your kids.
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Insecurities aside for a moment, at the root of the new two dad scenario (Bio Dad and Bonus Dad) is the potential for friction. Find ways to communicate.
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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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