What Divorced Parents Need to Know About Co-Parenting After the Split

When a married couple has children, they are never truly divorced. Ideally, both parents will continue to be active participants in the children's lives and the children will thrive with the love and guidance of both parents. Yet, "a bad divorce can lead to bad feelings" and these negative feelings can hinder one's ability to co-parent effectively. I encourage you to consider the Collaborative process as a way to foster a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse. 

Elizabeth Vaz