A good co-parenting relationship is not only important after the divorce but also during the divorce process. However, it takes time and effort to establish a good co-parenting relationship. One way to learn how to properly co-parent is through the parenting seminar you will attend during your divorce process. Co-parenting therapy is another option for couples to work through their issues with the advice of a third-party on how to improve the relationship. It is important to continue to promote a good relationship between the other parent and the children as it will become important in Court. One of the factors the Court will take into consideration when determining custody is whether each parent is promoting a parent-child relationship with the other parent. Further, co-parenting creates a better home environment for the children.
Tips to Promote Co-Parenting