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Attorney Fagan’s New E-Book Walks You Through the Best Strategies for Successful Co-parenting

Co-parenting is a term that is commonly used nowadays, but many people do not realize the weight it carries. Co-parenting means much more than a simple collaboration with an ex to raise a child. There is a great deal of plans and legalities that go into this process. For example, it is essential to create a streamlined system that keeps track of events, illnesses, habits, and other areas of the child’s life in order to determine how the parents should divide these responsibilities.

When you are married to the other parent, this can be a bit simpler because other aspects of your lives are joined together as well. On the other hand, when the sole responsibility that you share is the well-being of your child, it is necessary to have a solid plan in place for how to tackle issues before they even arise. For example, it is important to be prepared for the best interest of the child to change based on each parent’s behavior. If one parent has not assumed the responsibilities as they were supposed to, it will become urgent to understand how to petition for the child’s best interests in court.

Attorney Fagan will familiarize you with all of this information and more in his E-book. Our team has helped many parents navigate the waters of co-parenting. When you are finished with this book, you will have the tools necessary to facilitate a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex. This book is not meant to be a substitute for legal advice. Rather, it is meant to serve as the first step on the path of a long and successful co-parenting journey.

To learn more about how Attorney Fagan can help you learn how to successfully co-parent, call our office at (713) 588-0409 or contact us online

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