Despite the many rewards, parenting comes with many challenges. This can be especially true if you are newly-divorced. You want to put your child’s best interests first, but you may have a hard time adjusting to the changes and may still have deep conflict with your former spouse. Although your marriage ended, if you have children together, you will always have a connection with your ex-spouse. So, how can parents work together successfully to raise their children after their marriage has ended?
The Media family law attorneys at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello provide this infographic on the suggested do’s and don’ts of co-parenting. Following this advice may help to make the process less stressful for you and your children.
The Media family law attorneys at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello understand that shared parenting is best for children, and learning how to co-parent after a divorce isn’t always an easy process. Our child custody lawyers will work with parents to find child custody and parenting time arrangements that account for the needs of everyone involved. To schedule a free consultation, call us at (610) 892-4940 or contact us online.