Tips for Effective Co-Parenting

Struggling marriages can feel like a prison to some; allowing both spouses to divorce and go their separate ways can be the best solution so they can tend to their individual needs. When you have minor children, a divorce can prove to be a lot more challenging.    However, when you become a divorced parent, […]

Successful Co-Parenting When Your Kids Live Out of State

In a perfect world, couples that share children and are divorced or separated would remain living close to each other. Living in different homes is difficult enough for kids, let alone a completely different state. Despite this, life happens, and life sometimes takes one or both parents away. Do you and your ex share custody […]

Five Reasons to Implement Co-Parenting

While over 40% of marriages in the United States result in divorce, couples entering a marriage do not plan on their relationship ending. Of these divorces, close to half involve children. More and more of these parents are embracing single parenthood and the changes it brings. Even though a marriage ends, some sort of relationship […]

Five Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

After a divorce is finalized, your relationship with your ex-spouse does not necessarily end, especially when you and your ex-spouse share children. Finding the right balance between you and your ex when it comes to parenting together can be tricky. But, for the sake of your children, it is crucial.   Continue scrolling to learn […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting

The road after divorce does not necessarily get easier, unfortunately. Ex-spouses that share custody of their children must carry on some relationship after they have divorced to co-parent their children successfully. Co-parenting is not for everyone and requires hard work, patience, and dedication. Today, we are discussing what to do and what to avoid doing […]