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CoParenting, Custody, Nesting, Parenting
Nesting, also known as┬ábird-nesting, is an arrangement where the children remain in the family home while the parents take turns living there. This approach aims to provide stability for the children during the transition of divorce. While nesting can offer significant benefits, it also comes with challenges. Here's an in-depth look at the pros and cons of nesting in co-parenting. Read More...
Child Support, Co-Parenting, Communication, CoParenting, Custody, Nesting, Parenting
Co-parenting after a divorce involves numerous responsibilities, one of the most significant being the management and sharing of expenses related to the children. Handling these costs effectively is crucial for maintaining a harmonious co-parenting relationship. Instead of settling each transaction individually, using a system like ExExpense to periodically settle amounts owed between parties can offer numerous advantages, particularly in minimizing communication and efficiently managing offsetting transactions and deductibles. Read More...
Child Support, Financial Management, Marital Separation Agreements, Relationships, Parenting, Custody, Children, Nesting
Going through divorce process when there are children involved adds another level of complexity. Without children involved the divorce process is really just an administrative distribution of assets and liabilities, and sometimes continued spousal support, otherwise known as alimony. However, adding children into the mix changes everything.  Read More...
Child Support, Children, Communication, Custody, Nesting, Parenting, CoParenting, Co-Parenting
Divorce is a challenging process, not only for the couple but also for their children. Effective co-parenting can significantly ease the transition for children and promote their emotional well-being. Here are several strategies to help divorced parents co-parent successfully. Read More...