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Parallel Parenting: When Co-Parenting Doesn’t Work

| Feb 19, 2020 | Co-Parenting Tips |

The goal of Parallel Parenting is to limit contact with your ex. This will reduce the friction between you and your ex, make life more enjoyable, and achieve what co-parenting aims to do: keep your child feeling safe and secure.

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What is Parallel Parenting?

Parallel parenting is a solution for those parents after divorce or a paternity action when the parents are unable to communicate effectively about there children. When parents are engaged in a high-conflict divorce or paternity action. When the one-size fits all parenting plan and time-sharing schedule does not fit your family situation; Consider parallel parenting to minimize interaction with a hostile ex. Parallel parenting allows both parents tools to communicate respectfully and effectively.

In a high-conflict divorce? Wondering if parallel parenting is for you? We can help. Please contact The Marin Law Firm, P.A., at 407-207-1902 to schedule your free initial attorney consultation.

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