Tag Archives: co-parenting

Telling the Kids About your Kansas Divorce

It may be hard to tell your spouse you want a divorce, but when it comes to telling the children, this is the most difficult task for a majority of my clients. In a perfect world, you and your spouse would sit down with the children together, advise them that Mom and Dad are [...]

Co-Parenting Tip: Be Present During Your Parenting Time

Well, duh.  I have to be there since I am the one responsible for taking care of my kids.  Not what I mean.  Being present means being there with your full mind, attention and energy.  While this may not be feasible to do 100% of the time, it is especially important to do if you [...]

Co-Parenting and Living Together During Your Kansas Divorce

I read a very interesting article on the problems parents are facing during the tough economic times and their divorce.  As discussed in previous posts, due to economic constraints, some parents are forced to continue to live together during, and sometimes after the divorce.  One issue that has not been addressed is how divorced parents [...]

GRASP co-parenting class in Johnson County, Kansas

Johnson County requires that all parents involved in a divorce or paternity action attend a parenting class called GRASP. Grasp stands for General Responsibilities as Separating Parents.  The class teaches parents how to cope and handle issues that arise with their children during and after divorce, and how to co-parent more successfully.  You can click [...]