Tag Archives: Parenting after divorce

Parallel Parenting: When You and Your Ex Can’t Play Nice

The continued post- divorce acrimony that plays out in the arena of parenting is the probably the most aggravating and stressful part of divorce for all involved. Parents struggle with a sense of wanting to make this transition easy for their children but when left over marital issues continue to play out in the co […]

Parenting with an Uncooperative Ex: A Divorce Lawyer’s Perspective

Atty. Robert “Chip” Mues  This topic is an exceedingly broad one, but I will try to share my insights from the perspective of a practicing family law attorney for the past 34 years.  These suggestions are written in hopes of being practical and helpful (even if they might appear somewhat cynical).  The original idea to write […]

The Uncooperative Co-Parent

When going through a divorce, keeping your children’s well-being in the forefront of your mind is critical. Whether the children ultimately have an experience that is traumatic or manageable is a direct result of how well their parents’ behave. Some parents even stay together “for the sake of their children” but their behavior is so appalling […]