Another Guide to Co-Parenting

  • Co-parenting is the action of both parents being involved and present in their children’s daily lives even after a separation.

  • Planned accordingly, co-parenting can be a successful option for your family — no matter the reasons for your disunion.

  • The process of divorce does not end once the papers are signed and the agreement is finalized.

  • Life after divorce is just as crucial, especially when there are children involved.

  • Many ways to successfully co-parent, but there is no single formula or plan that works for all families.

  • It’s normal and healthy to wonder if co-parenting is a good idea for you and your family.

  • Co-parenting with a difficult ex-partner is manageable.

  • Your co-parenting schedule depends on your children’s needs as well as your own personal schedule.

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