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Child Custody and Co-Parenting

Coparenting & Cooperating in Child Custody Matters

In a paternity or divorce case, you may hear the term co-parenting. Both biological parents should attempt to raise their children cooperatively when it comes to their children's welfare and best interest.

When both parents join in a plan to raise their children even after separation it will require positive parenting with positive verbal communication between both parents.

You must keep in mind that you divorced your Ex, not your children. The children still need discipline, structure and parental roles in their life. The best approach to co-parenting is to remove the negative communications to be an effective co-parent. You do not have to be friends with the other parent but civil communication can make the difference.

Staying focused on issues relating to your children when dealing with your ex can benefit you and your children in their vital years.

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