Are divorce rates, parenting time and child custody conflicts increasing because of the coronavirus pandemic?
Co-Parenting after Divorce
When you drive your child to school, it is the perfect time to have a conversation.
During this pandemic, you must be flexible about changing your parenting schedule to protect your kids. Here are 8 tips to help divorced parents weather the Coronavirus.
A custody dispute is often a race to the bottom in which no one truly wins and in which everyone – including the children – suffer.
Are you considering moving away with a child in your custody? Sole custody doesn’t automatically give you mobility rights, so it may not be as straightforward as you think, particularly where the other parent has access rights. Consider these legal facts before you move.
By following these tips to help children cope with moving after divorce, you could reduce your own stress and help your children have an easier time adjusting in their new home.
Depending on the child’s age, it may also be helpful to offer counseling to the child if they want someone to talk to about their feelings.
By talking to their children, listening to them, understanding their emotions, and making use of creative and effective coping strategies, parents can connect with their kids and help them work through the struggles that come with a divorce, ultimately healing as time goes on.
Co-parenting successfully after divorce may not be easy, but it is possible. Here are some tips on keeping your children’s welfare front and center during and after divorce.
With a little creative thinking and the courage to reach toward others, holidays without our children can be reconstructed anew. It is an opportunity to invent new traditions and customs that are satisfying and rewarding in their own right.