Covid-19 has struck our nation, changing the way we live our daily lives. If you are separated or divorced, you know how difficult co-parenting can be. During the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, social distancing can make co-parenting especially challenging.
If you truly want to have a better co-parenting relationship in 2021, don’t make a broad resolution to do so. Instead try to focus on small, actionable steps that you will follow through with during the year. Here are 6 divorce co-parenting tips for you to try.
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.
If you are divorced, the holidays can be an emotional, lonely time of year, especially for kids. Here are tips to help your kids thrive during the holidays.
A more comprehensive and detailed parenting plan will help parents avoid future battles so that parenting disagreements will not escalate into conflicts. Like a peace treaty, a good parenting plan cannot anticipate every possible conflict, but it can identify likely issues and provide a roadmap for handling issues that are not easily resolved.