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  • 4 Ways to Improve Co-Parenting This Year

    4 Ways to Improve Co-Parenting This Year0

    By Atty. Andy P. Miller At the start of a new year we reflect upon what has happened in the past and what we would like to see happen in the future. This is especially important for parents who are separated and divorced. Ideally, this is a time for both of you to review your

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  • Co-Parents Should Put Children First, Especially at Holiday Time

    Co-Parents Should Put Children First, Especially at Holiday Time0

    By Atty. Andy P. Miller The holiday season can be challenging for any family, but it is especially so for families in which parents are separated or divorced. That’s why the best gift you and your former spouse can give your children is to put their needs first. Start by being sensitive to your child’s

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  • Communication, Information Among Co-Parents Key to Children’s Healthcare

    Communication, Information Among Co-Parents Key to Children’s Healthcare0

     By Atty. Andy P. Miller If you’re separated or divorced, it’s important to ensure that your child’s medical and dental insurance and healthcare arrangements are clearly spelled out in temporary orders and your divorce agreement. When it comes to insurance, one parent is usually required to provide health and/or dental insurance for the child and/or

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  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting Best Practices

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Co-Parenting Best Practices5

    By Atty. Andy P. Miller Whether you’re newly separated or already divorced, you’ll continue to have a long-term relationship with your former spouse as co-parents of your children. Your roles as husband and wife may end, but your roles as mom and dad last forever. That’s why it is critical to put your differences aside

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  • Free or Low-Cost Ways to Make Summer Memories With Your Child

    Free or Low-Cost Ways to Make Summer Memories With Your Child0

      By Atty. Andy P. Miller Keeping children occupied during summer vacation is a challenge for all parents. And it can feel greater when you are a separated or divorced parent. Ideally, you and your child’s other parent will cooperate in developing a plan that keeps your child safe, while also providing an enjoyable summer

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  • Key Travel Considerations for Co-Parents

    Key Travel Considerations for Co-Parents0

    By Atty. Andy P. Miller School will soon be out for the summer, and many families are already planning their summer getaways. If you’re separated or divorced, travel plans can be challenging. But we’ve got some tips to help ensure smooth sailing, no matter where you go. If you’re planning to go out of state

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