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Written by Cherie Morris, JD, Parent Coordinator and Divorce Coach So, you’re getting a divorce.
You’ve likely contemplated an array of important decisions.
It requires that you and your co-parent have a particularly high level of regard, respect and trust for each other, even if you live in separate bedrooms of the house.
Some co-parents even manage to share one apartment or other dwelling outside of the family home where they live when not in the family home.
As children get older, it may work for them to stay with one parent for longer periods of time.
The key to a good Parenting Plan is good communication.
This doesn’t mean you and your co-parent do not have issues between you.
One important aspect of your divorce is how your kids will spend time with you and your co-parent.
This requires, in many jurisdictions, that a Parenting Plan be part of the Divorce Agreement.