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How to Parent with Your Ex: Working Together in Your Child's Best Interest

This ground-breaking book is a special "flip" book, with one side for custodial parents and one side for non-custodial parents. This is the only book on the market that specifically talks about how to live with a visitation schedule after a divorce or separation. Hands on, practical advice is offered about the day to day things that can derail a visitation plan. Many families return to court again and again, trying to modify or change visitation plans. This book helps you avoid visitation pitfalls, explains how to modify the plan yourself and most importantly shows you ways to make it work without killing each other or upsetting your child. Tip sheets, charts, schedules and other important organizational tools offer the help every parent needs to make a visitation plan work. The book’s emphasis is on creating a life for your child that is free of arguments, disputes and bad feelings. This book includes extensive appendices with resources for the reader. A separate resource list is included for Canadian parents. tries to provide quality information, but cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information, opinions or other content posted on the site. It is not intended as a substitute for and should not be relied upon as legal, financial, accounting, tax, medical or other professional advice. It should not be construed as establishing a professional-client or professional-patient relationship. The applicability of legal principles is subject to amendment by the legislature, interpretation by the courts and different application by different judges and may differ substantially in individual situations or different states. Before acting on what you have read, it is important to obtain appropriate professional advice about your particular situation and facts. Access to and use of is subject to additional Terms and Conditions. is a secure site and respects your Privacy.

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