Monthly Archives: January 2014

Co-parenting New Year’s Resolutions

“…great co-parenting can blossom after you tear your marriage apart. Sometimes it’s the marriage that suffocates the great parenting partnership–once freed from marital ties that bind, you can be the parenting team you’d always hoped you’d be as spouses.” Pamela … Continue reading

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Replace “Custody” with “Parenting Plan”

Two adults generally participate in mediation.¬† ¬†However, these adults make many decisions that will affect the daily lives of important younger people who do not participate in mediation sessions, their children. Frequently the conversation about children begins when one parent … Continue reading

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