Divorce legally ends a relationship, but realistically you will almost always maintain at least some degree of communication with your former spouse, especially if you have children. Therefore, it is in your best interest to find a way to effectively communicate in order to establish a co-parenting plan.
That’s easier said than done for couples in high-conflict divorces.
Divorced family coordinator and author Karen Becker works with these types of couples to find ways to effectively co-parent. She joins DadsDivorce Live to give tips for divorced parents on how to most past their fighting and bickering for the good of their children.