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Divorce and separation does not end the co-parenting relationship

Many parents hope that the decision to end their marriages will not have a detrimental impact on their kids. Of course, divorce and separation will impact the children regardless, but the manner in which parents approach the situation could determine how children fare emotionally after the proceedings end. Additionally, parents may have a better chance of arranging positive custody terms if they approach the issues amicably.

California residents may be interested in one out-of-state family who are trying to make the best of their situation for their daughter. Reports indicated that in 2013, the parents of a now 4-year-old girl went through divorce. However, the parents did not want their parenting to be affected by the ending of their marriage. As a result, they decided to actively co-parent in a cooperative and positive manner.

Several years have passed since the divorce, and both parents have remarried. Now her biological parents and her stepparents all play a role in the little girl's life. Both sets of parents are present in family photos as well as attending their daughter's soccer games, sporting matching shirts with their daughter's number. The little girl's stepmother even stated that she knows through experience how well co-parenting can work. 

For individuals going through divorce and separation who are wondering how to approach child custody, success stories about co-parenting may be encouraging. Of course, each family is different and assessing the specific circumstances can help California parents determine the best routes for them. If parties are interested in this and other custody options, they may wish to learn more from their legal counsel.

Source: msn.com, "Divorced couple, new spouses win co-parenting at daughter's soccer game", Brittany Loggins, April 19, 2017

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