Co-parenting after a divorce is never easy, but there are ways to help give your children the stability, security, and closer relationships with both parents that they need to thrive. As a divorce lawyer, Michael D. Miller Jr. understands how stressful and challenging navigating divorce can be. But he also knows many parents and children who thrive after going through the process!
In today’s blog post, The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr. is sharing a few tips for co-parenting as divorced parents. Whether your divorce agreement allows for joint decision making, equal parenting time, or some other arrangement, following these tips can help make co-parenting work for you, your ex, and your children.