3 Types of Co-Parenting to Kick Off Summer

Here come the summer months, when it is time to make or revise scheduling plans and decisions with your co-parent. This usually involves a shift in the parenting schedule, a vacation week or two, and coordinating summer activities and camps.  It takes collaboration, communication, and sharing of responsibility to support your child during this time. Depending on the type of co-parenting relationship you have developed, you will handle this transition in different ways.

Divorce: Supporting Your Child’s Relationship with Your Other Parent.

Divorce is a difficult and emotional process for both the spouses and the children involved. When parents decide to separate, it is important for them to recognize the impact it can have on their children, and to make an effort to support their relationship with the other parent.

Parenting in the Age of COVID

2020 was a year for the history books.  It has had a huge impact on how we live our lives, in ways most of us had never imagined. Parenting children in the age of COVID proves to be challenging even in an intact family. Add in separation and divorce and the areas of...

Parenting by Agreement: The New Normal For Divorced Parents

By keeping agreements in divorcing families it is possible to repair trust between parents. Most parents considering divorce have lost the ability to communicate effectively, goodwill isgone and trust obliterated. Creating a financial settlement and parenting plan is...