Category: Co-Parenting

Setting up a Sleep Routine for Your Children as a Co-Parent

There are a lot of changes involved in the separation and divorce process, and you may feel very tired as a result. This is also true for your children, who might have trouble coping with you and your spouse’s separation. The emotional distress children experience can also affect their lives in many areas, including how […]

How to Use a Co-Parenting App to Navigate Your Child Custody Situation

Whether you are going through a mediation successfully or are part of a contentious custody matter in New Mexico, moving into your post-divorce life can seem very chaotic. There are a lot of unknowns, and that makes it hard to keep the same sense of control you had before your proceeding started. However, when it […]

Creating a 50/50 Co-Parenting Schedule

When you are getting divorced in New Mexico and children are involved, handling the physical custody of the children is often one of the biggest questions. Physical custody refers to with which parent the child will live and the parenting schedule that will be followed. This is not the same as legal custody, which addresses […]

Important Co-Parenting Tips

Going through a divorce or separation is a difficult time in a person’s life, and it becomes even more complex when kids are involved. Working with your co-parent to raise stable, happy and healthy children is an obvious goal that can seem like a daunting task. It is, however, entirely doable, especially when you keep […]

Avoiding Manipulation as Co-Parents

Some children learn fairly early after their parents divorce that they can benefit from playing parents against one another to get something they want. After all, many kids realize from a very early age that Dad saying “no” to something doesn’t mean Mom will, and vice versa.  This situation can make your co-parenting relationship more […]