Handling Co-Parent Issues

There is no doubt that co-parenting can result in a variety of different issues. Some can be small, and some can be very hard and seem like they will never resolve. Follow the link to learn a few tips and tricks to resolving co-parenting issues....

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“The Handoffs Were the Hardest Part for Me”

Struggling with the idea of co-parenting? This mother has been there and offers her perspective on how she got through the tough times and learned to adjust. https://www.mother.ly/life/relationships/divorce/co-parenting-children-handoffs/

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Cheer If You Can, Zip It If You Must

Sometimes great family law advice comes from unexpected sources. In the most recent edition of Vogue, Kim Kardashian dropped an important truth bomb about the best way to deal with an ex for the sake of your children: “You could be so hurt or angry at your ex, but I think in front of the kids, it...

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Divorce: Who Gets The Pets?

Many people refer to themselves as “pet parents” and refer to their dogs, cats and other critters as their “fur babies”. Illinois is one of three states where this is more than a turn of a phrase- it’s the law when it comes to divorce and pets. The vast majority of states treat pets in divorce...

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Co-Parenting During a Pandemic 101

Co-parenting is tough enough. When you tack on the existence of the COVID-19 pandemic, communication and decision-making become even more challenging feats. It is paramount you inform yourself on how to maneuver these tough times alongside your co-parent, in a way that protects the health of you...

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CO-PARENTING CLASSES: THEIR IMPORTANCE IN DIVORCES WITH CHILDREN

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Co-Parenting on Sunday, April 7, 2013.   When couples divorce, staying as far away from each other is often an (unrealistic) expectation that each tends to have. This may be a healthy option for many couples. However, when there...

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