Divorce is the end of a marriage - but not of a family. Since children of divorce usually want to continue having relationships with both parents, ex-spouses have to create and maintain a working relationship with one another, often for a lifetime. Custody and visitation, as well as life events such as weddings and graduations, ensure that divorced parents will continue to see one another frequently, long after the marriage ends. That's why it's in your best interests to be on amicable terms with your co-parent. Divorced parents are like business partners. They don't have to be best friends, but they have an investment they both care about, their children. Collaborative divorce therapy helps parents work together despite their differences. Some couples are high conflict at the beginning, whereas others come in who have started to find solutions. There is no single formula that works for every couple. I can help you and your ex create a parenting partnership that works despite your differences, long after you sign the divorce agreement.

 

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