Separation is difficult for you and for your children. It’s your job to help guide your children through the separation process as best as you can while you transition into co-parenting.
Children will go through a grief process when their parents separate and will respond differently depending on their age and personality.
LawCoachBC can help you:
- Learn about the separation process
- Understand the legal responsibilities of parents after separation
- Be aware of common parenting pitfalls, such as putting your child in the middle of a dispute
- Access a range of free family law resources and services
- Work towards reaching agreement without going to trial
- And more...
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Parenting can be stressful at the best of times. With the assistance of LawCoachBC, you can get help to move forward, while you stay focused on the children.
Author: Justice Education Society – The Justice Education Society (JES) is a BC-based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower people to access and deliver justice in Canada and globally. JES has been helping separating families for 20 years.