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Co-parenting issues after a divorce

Raising a child is difficult enough when you are married. After divorce, co-parenting with your former spouse or partner adds extra challenges. Be aware of common co-parenting issues that arise after divorce to avoid co-parenting conflicts.

What to do when the other parent threatens to take the kids away

Unfortunately, children are often used as pawns when relationships head south. All too often, one parent threatens to keep the children away from the other parent because he or she is angry or upset. If you are going through this situation, you are probably afraid and want to know your rights.

Tips for Mitigating the Mental Health Impact of Divorce on Kids

There's a fairly straightforward reality about divorce involving children: it's going to be emotionally difficult for the kids. Research has shown, however, that the mental health challenges that adolescent children face in the midst of divorce tend to soften after four to nine months.

What Kinds of Jobs Tend to Require Creative Parenting Plans in Texas?

Balancing work and family life is an ongoing challenge for many Texas parents, especially for those who work in particularly intensive professions. If your schedule doesn't consist of the typical nine-to-five workday followed by dinner and a kiss goodnight for the kids, then you may have to find creative ways to be the best parent you can be.

4 Ways Texas Co-Parents Can Minimize Stress During the Holidays

With this year's Thanksgiving recently behind us, the holiday season is nearly in full swing. This time of year in Texas is filled with good tidings and cheer, but for co-parents who no longer live together, the holidays can be a trying time, even with a comprehensive parenting plan already in place.