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Co-parenting

Separating is stressful. The prospect of having to work with your former spouse to co-parent your children during a separation can be challenging. 

Studies have shown that, unless there has been abuse, having both parents actively involved in parenting is in the best interests of the children. 

Co-parenting is never easy but ultimately your children will benefit from your efforts. The key to co-parenting successfully is communication and developing a business-like relationship with your ex-partner. 

LawCoachBC can help you:

  • Calculate child support according to Federal guidelines 

  • Discover techniques to reduce conflict and stay focused on positive decision-making

  • Create a draft parenting plan that is in the best interests of the children 

  • Work towards reaching agreement without going to court

LawCoachBC includes a 6-month subscription to coParenter.com. This application helps parents keep the focus on their kids. It helps parents work things out so that kids are not caught in the middle. When issues arise, you have unlimited access to a coParenter professional to help resolve disputes. 

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Source: LawCoachBC

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.