With mutual cooperation, you can be grateful for having a reasonable co-parent during the holidays. Working together during this time takes some planning and compassion.
Rational co-parenting communication after a divorce is not easy. Careful thought needs to be a part of each and every exchange and we offer tips on how to achieve this.
Too often, co-parents put together a Parenting Plan without consideration for how to implement the plan.
As you walk through the factors involved with the child support and start plugging in numbers, the parent that ends up facing the obligation of paying child support seems to fall apart.
Parents must have an agreement in place regarding which child-related expenses should be shared in order for any plan to work.
That’s right. I said it. My key to co-parenting success with my ex is not “putting my children first” as so many professionals recommend.