Most parents and a lot of other people want to be supportive of a young person as they go through such a challenging time as the divorce of their parents.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
If co-parents are not on good terms, divorce can adversely affect the children. When the children are very young it is vital for them to spend ample time with both parents for their security and stability.
Couples often prioritize the custody agreements during a divorce, and that’s of course very important, but the problem is that it often neglects the discussion of college. The best approach is to negotiate everything right away, and it can be revisited later but at least the foundation will be in place.
Transitioning back to school after divorce and switching to a new schedule brings with them another set of stresses. If you’re divorced or contemplating divorce, these stresses can be unwanted and overwhelming
The whole summer will go better if you consider your own mental and physical well-being.
There are no two ways about it. Parenting as a married couple is hard enough. Trying to do so with an estranged spouse is significantly more difficult.
If you share custody of your children with your ex, you may have left summer camp sign-ups to the last minute – especially if you don’t agree on how your kids should spend the vacation. Who gets the final say – and who has to pay?
The decision to appeal a child custody decision should be carefully weighed especially when it comes to child custody cases.
This Father’s Day – and every day – the question to ask is this: when it comes to parenting children, should it really matter which state you live in?
If you are divorced, having a family tech plan can be helpful in some ways, confusing in others. Here’s how to implement one.