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Website offers help for parents to work together after a divorce

One of the biggest obstacles to raising children after a marriage dissolves may be agreeing on how to coordinate child raising from separate households. One website now offers information and tools that are advertised as being aids to parents seeking to find solutions for parenting after a divorce. The website is available to families in every state, including California.

While many parents are required to take classes on parenting after a divorce, the practical application of the information may get lost in the daily business of living. The creator of the website stated that having one site that offers useful organizational tools will go a long way toward aiding parents to share information on everything from medical appointments to school functions. The website also includes articles that provide useful suggestions on coping with blended families and other issues that may make co-parenting more challenging.

The creator of the business was inspired to do so after experiencing her own divorce. She felt that other parents in similar circumstances could provide a more cohesive parenting atmosphere by providing a safe and child-centered model that avoids focusing on parenting conflicts that can arise after a divorce. While the site used to employ a definite payment structure, the model recently switched over to a fee schedule based on parental needs.

Some of the tools available on the site also includes a tracker for parents to report what payments have been made and for what purposes, as well as a calendar of events for parents to coordinate schedules more effectively. California parents who are in the process of obtaining a divorce have many resources that they can consult for help in resolving potential problems when attempting to parent after the marriage is dissolved. Additionally, a family law professional may provide further assistance in resolving other conflicts that are proving to be more problematic and not easily resolved.

Source: military-technologies.net, "Co-Parenting After Divorce: How Two Happy Homes Helps Coparents Succeed", March 17, 2017

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