5 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting
A Summary from Blake & Associates Law Firm
By Leah Klungness
When a divorce is imminent and there are children involved, a healthy co-parenting strategy can go a long ways toward ensuring the impact they receive from it is minimized. The decision to co-parent in spite of the separation that has taken place needs planning and careful thought to work, however, so the best time to start putting it in place is when you negotiate the agreement. Along with planning schedules and clear communication, be sure your attitudes are adjusted appropriately to allow you and your ex-spouse to work closely to ensure the best benefit for the children.
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