In this podcast, family lawyer and mediator Vera Bergermann discusses the role of the parenting coordinator in divorce: what they do, who they help, and how they work.
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Is shared parenting better for children than sole custody? Successful shared parenting benefits both children and parents, but it is not appropriate for all families. Here are the pros and cons of shared parenting after divorce.
Consider parallel parenting if you are unable to co-parent your children in and after a high conflict divorce. It may just be the solution for your family.
What matters most for your children is the absence of conflict during co-parenting. Find your “sweet spot” on the co-parenting continuum.
A step-up parenting plan evolves as your child gets older. It saves you time and allows your child the space to comfortably forge a bond with the noncustodial parent.
High-conflict co-parenting takes a toll on the children and co-parents involved, but reaching a fair parenting plan can help improve these relationships.
A comprehensive and detailed parenting plan is an essential tool when creating a healthy co-parenting relationship. It will help to stop parenting disagreements from escalating into full-blown conflicts and stabilize the children and family post-divorce.
Illinois family lawyer Michelle R. Mosby-Scott discusses the details of child custody in Illinois, addressing topics of joint custody and more.
Separation always disrupts the familiar patterns of family life. Routines and responsibilities that had been established as the family grew and developed have to be renegotiated.
Co-parenting with an uncooperative ex-spouse is harmful for you and your children. Learn how to begin successfully parallel parenting and minimize the negative impacts felt by your children.