Creating a detailed parenting plan – along with some flexibility on both of your parts – goes a long way to smooth the road ahead as you begin co-parenting with your ex-spouse.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
To reduce the stress of co-parenting, be flexible and resist the urge to compete with your ex-spouse.
You’ve made the decision to divorce. Considered the economic and financial repercussions of that decision. But have you considered what it will mean for the child-parent relationship after high-conflict divorce?
On Father’s Day after divorce, please accept that you may be unable to ease your children’s sadness. You haven’t failed: you just aren’t Dad. Here are 4 tips to help you and your kids cope with Father’s Day without Dad.
You certainly don’t have to continue buying gifts for your ex on behalf of your children for celebrations like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, but here are five reasons why you should consider it.
There are plenty of things a divorced dad can do to protect his daughter from the damaging effects of long-term conflict during and after divorce. A divorced dad can empower his daughter with a willingness to put her interests first by using these strategies.
Although there is no such thing as Father’s Day in Divorce Court, the courts have begun to realize that fathers are just as important to children as their mothers are.
You need to find the right lawyer to suit your goals and pocketbook, and you need to help your children recover from the loss of their intact family. These tips will help with both objectives.
Your children connect you to your co-parent for life – which can feel like a life sentence! Follow these 7 simple rules to reclaim your happiness and your life!
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.