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Just Whose Parenting Plan is it Anyways Share on FacebookTweetEmail story
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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Why should we consider the voice of the child in deciding parenting plans?  When I use the pronoun “we”, I refer to parents, the professionals that assist the parents in arriving at a parenting plan, and the courts.  On behalf of the many children of separating parents, I ask, “Just whose parenting plan is it, anyways?” 

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Surviving a breakup: how to develop a “parenting plan” Share on FacebookTweetEmail story
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Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Are you unsure of how you’ll continue to parent your children after a breakup?  You have choices.  Only you and your spouse are the experts on what is best for your children.  You can craft your own plan (as creatively as you wish) or you can leave the issue of how you will parent your children to a judge, who knows neither you nor your children.

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How will you look after your children during and after a breakup? Share on FacebookTweetEmail story
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Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Children look to their families as their source of nurturing, security, and stability. Their sense of well-being is intimately tied to their parents’ sense of well-being. So how children fare through a marriage breakup depends on the strength and maturity of their parents at this time.

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