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Co-parenting describes a parenting situation where two parents work together to raise a child even though they are divorced, separated or no longer living together.


The research on children and divorce has identified a wide range of factors affecting children’s adjustment to the consequences of divorce. Principal among these are children’s needs for thefollowing:


  • maintenance of meaningful parental relationships with and the love of both of their parents;

  • being shielded from ongoing parental conflict and family violence;

  • stability in their daily routines; and

  • financial security.


All of these are severely compromised in the context of adversarial divorce. 


While the ideal situation would be to have a harmonious business partnership relationship with the co-parent, this is easier said than done.  We are able to provide Co-Parenting Coaching Sessions to help parents formulate a family plan as a guide to raising your children and provide guidance on communication, consistency, dealing with unique family situations and forming a business type partnership with the co-parent.

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