9.7Susan M. Hais

How to Deal with an Aggressive Co-Parent

For some divorced or separated couples with children, the decision to co-parent comes with a few bumps in the road, but for the most part goes smoothly after the adjustment. However, there are those cases where it just seems impossible to co-parent with your ex-spouse...

Co-Parenting After Divorce

When a marriage ends and kids are involved, it can be very difficult to navigate the ins and outs of the new relationship that must be built and maintained in order to successfully co-parent. These early difficulties, however, are worthwhile because they lead to...

More Tips for a Child Custody Battle

Child custody battles are common because no parents want to lose their children. They forget about their children’s wants and needs. All they care about is their own. However, child custody doesn’t have to be a battle. By putting your children first and...

Co-Parenting in High Conflict Relationships

There are myriad benefits for a child that has both parents in their life. Even if those parents get divorced, by engaging in co-parenting, both parents continue to support their child to the fullest. However, co-parenting is only truly a good option if both parents...

Tips for a Child Custody Battle

All too often, child custody becomes a battle. No one wants to lose their children, no matter how it affects them. Emotions run high and parents may do whatever it takes to keep their children. Many play dirty and nobody comes out of it a winner, not even the...