In this post, Fresno, Ca child custody attorney Rebecca Medina covers a few tips to successful co – parenting from different states.
Co-parenting can be a constant challenge, as you are being forced to stay in regular communication with a person with whom you may not be on the best of terms. Fortunately, we are in a technologically advanced age where there are plenty of tools available to make communication and organization easier in these situations.
The toughest aspect of divorce for parents is deciding what is best for your children. Should you share custody? Or should one parent be the primary custodian, while the other enjoys substantial parenting time? The answer depends upon your particular situation and family. However, new research demonstrates why co-parenting may be the best option.
These days many people are choosing mediation instead of a traditional divorce, not only because it’s faster and cheaper, but also because it tends to be less stressful on the kids. Since mediation is conducted in private and encourages teamwork and cooperation among spouses, kids are not exposed to the same contentious court battles that can occur in traditional divorce.
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