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Co-parenting protects your children from the physical and psychological effects of your divorce Going through a divorce, even an amicable one, can be excruciating. But as physically and psychologically draining as dissolving your marriage can be on the adults involved, divorce can be even harder on your children. Fortunately, just because you’re getting divorced doesn’t…

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Co-parenting after a divorce is difficult enough. Your relationship with your ex-spouse evolves, requiring each of you to work with the other and adapt to your new roles. Communicating and creating consistency for your children is challenging even when a marriage is intact. When the summer winds to a close and your children head back…

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Going from a two-parent household to a one parent household can be a real challenge, especially financially. Children’s needs still have to be met, so Colorado requires the payment of child support. If you are the custodial parent, you likely have a lot of questions about what this means for you. Such as: How much…

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Co-parenting is not always easy, especially if a divorce has been contentious or if the parents’ styles of raising children are very different. Fortunately, there are ways to successfully co-parent so that children get the happiest, healthiest experience possible. Divorce can be stressful on everyone, but parents who work together make it easier for their…

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