How to Co-Parent During Summer After the Divorce

In an article published on 6/21, Rebecca L. Palmer details how parents can adapt to co-parenting life during the summer after a divorce. She goes over various topics such as work-life balance, childcare, summer activities, financial decisions, and schedules that fit both parents.

“Another key element to a successful summer co-parenting plan is communicating about the cost of activities and childcare,” writes Rebecca. “As a part of the final divorce decree, financial obligations for the care of minors should have already been decided, but the cost of summer activities and new opportunities may change as children get older and their interests and relationships expand.

Rebecca emphasizes the importance of planning with the child’s best interest in mind and maintaining a strong line of communication between the parents and child.

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