Collaborative divorce can help couples share custodial and non-custodial parenting duties. Both are critical for serving a child’s best interests.
A collaborative setting gives children a voice with which to share their thoughts and feelings. They are also provided with an advocate to voice their concerns.
Divorce happens for nearly 50% of first marriages. For second and third marriages, the dissolution rate only increases. What if you could have a different attitude toward divorce?
It’s true that divorce can be hard on everyone. It’s even harder when you’re parenting for half the time and your ex-spouse is responsible for the rest of the time. That’s why parenting plans exist. Learn how they work and how to use them.
Co-parenting is hard and sometimes you can fall into the trap of competing with your ex-spouse for your kid’s love. When parents compete, nobody wins. We offer suggestions for how to resist the temptation and stay on track.