9.7Susan M. Hais

Calling Your Children as a Co-Parent

After a divorce and beginning a new co-parenting schedule, you will soon realize that everything is a little more complicated. Even the act of calling your child can become an affair with anxiety. As a co-parent should you call your child while they are with the other...

Co-Parenting When One Party is Chronically Late

Transitioning to a co-parenting plan is difficult for everyone involved. However, one of the biggest problems that can present itself during this time is tardiness. Whether it is meaningful or subconscious, being late to a drop off or pick up strain a co-parenting...

Co-Parenting When Each House Has Different Rules

For healthy and happy children, having boundaries and rules is important. When together with both parents, there only needs to be one set of rules. However, often after a divorce in a co-parenting situation, the parents will have different rules for their own houses....

6 Dos and Don’ts of Co-Parenting

Navigating the often complicated and potentially volatile world of co-parenting after a divorce can be emotionally challenging and mentally exhausting. Residual hostilities, disagreements regarding parenting styles, and other points of dissidence may create a...