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The journey of separation and divorce is complicated enough for adults, let alone your children.
When it comes to sorting out the finer details of what separation means for each of you, no doubt one of the first things that you will want to put into place is an arrangement where you each get to spend time with your children. But what will that look like? Who will the children live with after your separation? What time will they spend with each of you once you have separated?
These are just some of the questions that you will want answered and that the children will need answered. Stability and consistency can be important in helping your children adjust to life after separation and divorce; and as parents you want to give them what they need.
In this guide, we cover some of the issues that you need to address as co parents. We have tried to set out all of the issues and challenges co parents often face when navigating separation and divorce. We want to give you as many insights and tools as we can, to help you and your family achieve the best possible outcome.
In this guide, we cover:
- Why you need a parenting agreement
- What should you include in a parenting agreement
- What is parental responsibility and how does it affect you?