Co-parenting means both parents are going to work together to play an active role in the daily lives of their children. Navigating how to co-parent after a Utah divorce can be a confusing process for many couples. Before couples begin setting “ground rules” for co-parenting, we recommend you consider the following three questions:
When the interactions between divorced parents is peaceful, children are able to grow and thrive knowing their parents are a still a “team” working together on their behalf. When parents choose to co-parent, children receive the following benefits:
The best way to navigate how to move forward with co-parenting is by setting clear boundaries and expectations for all parties involved with an experienced Utah divorce mediator.
At Common Ground, we’re here to help. Contact us today for your free, one hour consultation.