Too often parents weaponize their children during and after a divorce. They use their children to try to inflict pain on the other person.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
When you are organizing your child’s birthday after divorce, it is important to remember that although the logistics might be different, it is still ultimately a celebration of a very special day.
What happens if you and your former spouse are unable to see eye to eye concerning your child’s COVID-19 vaccination?
If you are going through divorce in Illinois, a divorce lawyer can help address topics that should be included in your parenting plan.
As you, your ex, and your child prepare for the upcoming school year while COVID-19 is still around, there are a few things you should consider.
How does one “co-parent” with this heinous personality? The first thing to do is realize that the narcissist isn’t ever going to change.
COVID-19 is a golden opportunity to work on issues of cooperation and love. Children should always come first since they are usually the innocent ones.
My ex-husband feels it is best, for now, to have our sons stay with him and for no one to leave the house for any reason whatsoever. And no one, including me, can visit. What’s a co-parent to do in these unprecedented times?
First and foremost, a custody order is a court order, which should be followed, even during a pandemic. If your order directs you to exchange your child on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM, you should make your best effort to do so.
As the pandemic progresses with schools closing and parents working remotely, do children continue to travel between the homes of their parents?