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Minimizing Conflict with Parallel Parenting

If you have shared child custody with an ex, you probably know the term “co-parenting.” Co-parenting is almost always recommended by the Courts as being in the best interests of the minor child. However, what if your ex is a narcissist or otherwise emotionally abusive? What if despite your best efforts to co-parent with your … Read more