The 5 most common disputes among co-parents | Gregg R. Lewis, Esq.

by James Moore Child Support Consultant
If you find yourself worrying about your children constantly while they are in the other parent's custody, then the issue may reside with you, and not with the co-parent.

Give deference to the other parent to show the children they have another capable parent.

If you do not parent in the same manner as your ex, you should attempt to communicate with one another to compromise on parenting styles.

Using your children as pawns in a manipulative way against the other parent is not about the children, but rather about you trying to hurt each other.

Parents who try to work with their ex-spouse to parent while still harboring emotional issues do not have much success.

If co-parenting, referred to as shared parenting, is in the best interest of the child, then the parents should submit a plan to the court.

Each time a parent submits a plan or revision, the court makes a determination with the children in mind.

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