co-parenting

Ways to Co-Parent With a Troublesome Ex

Some parents understand that they should put compassion for their children above any feelings of hostility for one another. Not all parents do, though, which can lead to additional challenges. Even if you strongly dislike the other parent, it is still possible to co-parent happy and healthy children. The following will review some strategies you […]

How are Parental Rights Impacted if You Have to Move After a Divorce?

While navigating a divorce, parents will agree to terms concerning custody as well as parenting time. While it can take some time to grow accustomed to these arrangements, many parents eventually do. When one parent later has to move, however, it can become necessary to change these terms of the divorce settlement. As a result, […]

How to Help Children Live Comfortably in Two Homes

Not all marriages work out. For couples who are forced to navigate a divorce, the challenge becomes how to make sure that the children endure the process as successfully as possible. For many children, the transition from life with two married parents to two separated parents can be difficult. In recognition of the best interest […]

Spotting Signs of Parental Alienation

Any parent who is navigating custody or divorce can benefit greatly from detecting the signs of parental alienation. Unfortunately, it is not always clear if a child has been impacted by the condition, which is why parents should be on the lookout during this difficult period of transition. The following are some of the key […]

A Quick Guide to Co-Parenting Apps

Most parents will tell you that parenting is a challenging role. For parents who are co-parenting after a divorce, however, successful parenting can be even more difficult. 

Not only are there additional schedules to juggle, there is also the constant risk of miscommunication with the other parent. One tool that a growing number of parents are […]

How to Respond if a Child Refuses Visitation

There are a number of things that parents must adapt to after a divorce. One challenge is growing accustomed to a custody or visitation schedule. This is true no matter if one parent holds sole custody and the child visits with the other parent or if both parents share joint custody. 

After a court grants a […]

Navigating Custody Issues as a Busy Parents

Many parents in Georgia have the difficult task of balancing their personal lives and their career aspirations. While some people are able to easily find a successful way to achieve this balance, other people discover that it is much more difficult to do so. 

If you are a parent whose work takes you away from home, […]

Navigating Back to School Issues as a Divorced Parent

Sending a child back to school can be challenging for divorced parents. If this is the first year that you lived apart, you are likely still struggling to figure out how to best juggle school and extracurricular activities this year. 

The following will review some of the steps that you can follow to make sure that […]

Co-Parenting Around a Protective Order

Protective orders most frequently result from domestic violence. These orders prevent people from engaging in certain types of conduct including contact made in person, over the phone, through email, by text, or through any other type of social communication. 

If a couple at the center of a protective order has children and the parent is not […]

Tips to Follow for Successful Co-Parenting

Divorce can be challenging for children, but it is also extremely difficult for parents. One of the many challenges that parents face following a divorce is how to successfully co-parent a child, which includes managing finances related to care of the child. 

There are steps, however, that a parent can take to reduce the stress associated […]

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