It’s natural for parents to be concerned about their kids’ reactions to divorce. The best thing you can do to monitor your child is to trust them and be with them whenever they need you.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
A visitation schedule is vital to a working post-divorce parenting relationship. Your child’s age and the distance between your and the other parent’s home are two of the main factors you should consider. Find out which schedules could work for your family’s unique situation.
Parental Alienation Syndrome occurs when a child aligns with one parent and grows exceptionally hostile toward the other parent, often altogether rejecting them for no good reason.
A step-up parenting plan evolves as your child gets older. It saves you time and allows your child the space to comfortably forge a bond with the noncustodial parent.
Should you prioritize paying for your children’s college education over saving for retirement?
Encouraging strong co-parenting communication with a parent who doesn’t often get to see your children in person can be tricky. The most important thing about any arrangement is putting your children first.
With millions of jobs lost and work hours reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, it is no surprise that parents are flooding family lawyers across the nation asking for help to decrease their child support obligations.
Healthy communication during divorce can save you time and money while also leading to a productive co-parenting relationship. Speaking in person or on the phone may not be practical as a relationship is breaking down. In fact, many lawyers will advise against it because it leads to a he-said-she-said situation. Email or other means of […]
Unlike a traditional divorce scenario in which the children move between their parents’ houses, nesting means there is only one primary residence and the children stay put. Learn more here.
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.