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Setting up a parenting plan after divorce isn’t just about deciding who has to watch the kids or care for them. Don’t view it merely as an obligation. It’s also about who gets to spend time with the kids and watch them grow and develop. It’s very important for children to get this time with...
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Co-parenting after divorce means splitting up, and not just for you and your spouse. Your kids will also be shuttled back and forth as they spend time with both of you. For you, this may be easy to adjust to. For the kids, though, it can be very upsetting. Some of the problems can stem...
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You probably hear people talk a lot about the benefits of co-parenting, at least whenever getting divorced with kids comes up. But is it actually better for the children, or is it just something the parents want for their own sake? Experts do believe that it is the best arrangement for the children. Except in...
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In a perfect world, you and your ex would still be on good terms and you could work together for the benefit of your child. Even if you know that’s what you want ideally, though, the reality is that you and your ex may have had a messy divorce. It could have brought a lot...
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During the process of divorce, parents work out the necessary aspects of co-parenting their children through the use of a parenting plan. These plans can be as involved as parents wish them to be. Comprehensive parenting plans can address everything from support and custody to vacation time and holidays. Even though the importance of these...
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One option that divorced or separated parents have when it comes to the issues of child custody and visitation is to reach an agreement which sets the terms for these two issues. Such agreements are referred to as agreed parenting plans. Many divorced/separated couples find agreed parenting plans to be a good way to amicably...
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