Coparenting Outside of Court

Here’s the thing, whether you go to court or not-you still have to coparent outside of court.
Parents who become embroiled in legal battles usually find themselves turning to their lawyer to report every coparenting incident they have.
You need to recognise that long after your lawyer has banked your last cheque, you will still need to function as a coparent with your ex.
And no matter how many items get typed up into a court order, there will still be the reality of parenting indoor daily life and the unexpected challenges and differences of opinion.
If you want your children to be healthy and happy (and isn’t that what ALL this is about?) then you need to learn three things.
1) to function as coparents
2) to solve problems between you
3) to minimise conflict
Some parents will engage in legal battles and some won’t I will discuss the things ALL parents must face whether they go to court or not, the dangers of heading out into the battlefield, and the possibility of putting down your arms and calling a truce.
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About the author, Naomi

Hi, I am Naomi. My background is in Marriage Coaching and Divorce Coaching. I have a Masters Degree in Social Work and I am a qualified and registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and Mediator. I also have a diploma in Early Childhood Education.
Currently I find that the biggest difference I can make in the world is through helping parents create a stable and protective environment during separation, divorce and beyond.
I coach individuals and couples and I teach an online program, Coparenting Solutions.