Co-Parenting

Meaningful Parenting

What you should know about parenting styles “As long as I love my kids and keep their best interests at heart, there is no right or wrong way to parent.” – Anonymous As parents, we all want to do right by our children. We want to give them a memorable childhood. We want to teach …

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Divorced and Blended Family Challenges

Discussions about the biggest challenges divorced and blended families face with practical advice, valuable insights and helpful tips for family members.

The Honest Truth with Smile Radio

The Fair Divorce Platform was featured in an interview with Benito Vergotine, in The Honest Truth, on SmileFM Radio. Listen to the conversation as Sinta Ebersohn discusses the impact of divorce and various relevant matters.     Gratitude to Benito for the opportunity to reach out and help others! . Learn Everything You Need to …

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Best Practice: Equally Shared Parenting

Parents in the stage of separation and divorce shall submit a jointly agreed parenting plan to the court specifying how their children are to be raised including decision making authority, time sharing allocations and a method for resolving/mediating disputes outside of court. In the event parents cannot reach agreement on a parenting plan either in …

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Mother-Child Bond vs Father-Child Bond

Equal Parenting is really possible. Fathers can do just as well as mothers, as seen in this interesting perspective on how we have evolved as families. Is the long-held belief that mothers have a stronger bond with their children really true? Scholars investigate this theory and examine how fathers interact with their children. From the …

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Why Mothers Leave their Children

In South Africa, only three out of every ten children live with both their parents. Three out of every ten children live with their mothers and one out of every ten live with their fathers. The rest live with family members or other care-givers. Here is an interesting perspective from women who choose to leave …

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Why You Need to Use Parenting Plan Software

Even the most drama free divorces can turn ugly at any point in time. While this is a problem for couples without children, when children are involved it can be even more complicated. Any couple that is or has gone through a divorce with children knows they need a parenting plan. One of the major …

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Handbooks for Co-Parenting & Parenting Plans

. Brilliant Handbooks on Co-Parenting and Parenting Plans, highly recommended to Fair Divorce Readers . . Karen Bonnell, who is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators, has more than 30 years’ experience as collaborative divorce coach for families facing the transition of divorce. She has …

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Bird’s Nest Co-Parenting

When Parents Rotate In and Out of the Family Home A “bird’s nest” co-parenting arrangement is one that is uniquely child-centred. Rather than the children having to adapt to the parents’ needs and living in two separate dwellings, they remain in the family home and the parents take turns moving in and out, like birds alighting …

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