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Parenting Plans For Families After Divorce presents a fresh, contemporary and practical guide that shows divorcing parenting how to create a healthy and vibrant Post-Divorce Family. It acknowledges that, while the parties' original family will take on a different form after the divorce, their original family will still exist and need to be nourished. Parenting Plans For Families After Divorce discards the one-size-fits all approach to divorce and provides creative processes and solutions that strive to meet the needs of each family member. Using a step-by-step method, the author explains how to write a Parenting Plan in which the parents make the decisions—not the judge. This saves time, money, reduces stress, and creates a healthy and loving environment for the children. Parenting Plans For Families After Divorce describes how to write a Family Mission Statement, make effective parental decisions, create a parenting time schedule (visitation), craft a financial plan, and take the children's ideas into consideration. It contains suggestions for monitoring the children's use of social media, addressing the needs of nontraditional families, adopting child-inclusive provisions, and designing dispute resolution techniques. The Post-Divorce Family Model will change the lives of parents and children. Readers are encouraged to follow Joan McWilliams' Five C's: Commit to your children; Compartmentalize your anger; Communicate with the other parent; Consider the ideas of the children; and Change your approach to conflict. Using a Celtic Tree, a symbol of love, strength, connection, and renewal, Ms. McWilliams delivers a pragmatic and common sense approach for dealing with the variety of financial, emotional and legal issues that families encounter in divorce. Parenting Plans Form Families After Divorce provides a road map for creating a balanced and functional Parenting Plan for the family after divorce.

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