Question: How to find a suitable co-parent for your child?

The the most convenient and often thought of as the safest option to find a suitable co-parent would be a friend; either a social friend or friend of the family. And in some cases even family members have been known to co-parent a child with.

How do I choose a co-parent?

Choosing Your Co-Parent You can ask a close friend or family member, or find someone through online services like Modamily. The selection process needs to be taken seriously as this is your partner to raise a family with. Take into account job security, location, health, characteristic traits, religious views etc.

What are examples of co-parenting?

Co-parenting meaning An example of co-parenting is when a divorced mother and father share legal and physical custody of their child. Joint or shared custody of a child by divorced parents. The sharing of parental responsibility by the divorced parents of a child.

Do both parents have to pay for OurFamilyWizard?

Each parent activates their own subscription on OurFamilyWizard®, giving them equal access to our complete suite of features plus free accounts for children, stepparents, and other family members. With our 30-day money back guarantee, co-parents can get to know OurFamilyWizard® risk-free.

How often should co parents speak?

However, regular telephone communication should be used only if you and co-parent have been able to communicate without conflict breaking out. You may want to set a time for telephone calls, for example, between 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Some families limit telephone calls to five minutes each, one call per day.

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