After the divorce is final, some parents fail to abide by their parenting plan. In this video, learn how to resolve these issues without taking them back to court.
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The holidays are simply a minefield of anxiety for parents who live separately. How do you get it right?
You may have seen my announcement on social media that I am starting to craft a new book titled Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code. Here’s a preview of Chapter 1 – We Have to tell the Kids
WHO WANTS TWO FREE PARENTING BOOKS? Excited to partner with parenting expert Glo Redding, author of Generating Learning Opportunities, to bring you a FREE virtual event on November 19. The Common Ground Parenting Forum: How to Create Special, Safe, and Sane Family...
Here are 4 ways to keep your sanity while co-parenting during COVID
Your ex-spouse’s financial standing influences the choices you have when it comes to your children. This is why co-parent financial planning is so important. Read on to learn how to set yourself up for less conflict down the road
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