What is Co-Parenting?
Co-parenting is an opportunity for children of divorce to have equal access to both parents. Generally, research has shown that there are numerous benefits to children when their living arrangements enable support from both parents. An experienced family law attorney will work with you during the separation and divorce process to find the best methods and solutions for co-parenting that are a fit for you and your family. This may include, but is not limited to, the use of virtual apps or calendars, meeting with a certified Parenting Coordinator, or the support of a family counselor or therapist.
- Co-Parenting – There’s an App for That!
- Our Family Wizard
- Sesame Street Divorce Toolkit
- Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd – What to do when the other parent starts dating someone new
- Ready or Not! Back to School!
- Play Ball! The Importance of using a Licensed Parenting Coordinator
- Divorced Parents: Back to School – Learning to share is not just for kids!
- Divorce Effects on Children
- Parenting Coordinator FAQs
- Guardian ad Litem FAQs
Navigating Co-Parenting During a Pandemic
Tax Tips for Separated Families
Blended Families and Co-Parenting
Merging Families and Back-to-School
Split Custody During Coronavirus
If you wish to speak with one of our parenting coordinator attorneys, please call an office near you or fill out the form below and choose either Robin Lalley or Nicole Sodoma.