Co-Parenting Through the Eyes of A Child


With a successful co-parenting relationship, your children should recognize that they are more important than the conflict that ended your marriage. Your kids will understand that your love for them will prevail despite changing circumstances.


Kids whose parents have a cooperative relationship:

  • Feel secure. When confident of the love of both parents, kids adjust more quickly and easily to divorce and new living situations and have better self-esteem.

  • Benefit from consistency. Co-parenting fosters similar rules, discipline, and rewards between households, so children know what to expect, and what’s expected of them.

  • Better understand problem solving. Children who see their parents continuing to work together are more likely to learn how to effectively and peacefully solve problems themselves.

  • Have a healthy example to follow. By cooperating with the other parent, you are establishing a life pattern your children can carry into the future to build and maintain stronger relationships.

  • Are mentally and emotionally healthier. Children exposed to healthy and successful co-parenting are less likely to develop issues such as depression, anxiety, or ADHD

Family law litigation can be emotionally difficult and complex. Decisions made about each step of the litigation can affect you for many years. At Bains Law Firm, we have decades of experience helping our clients through the difficulty of family law matters, including parental alienation cases and can help you through the process. Contact us today at (253) 838 – 3377 or email at office@bainslawfirm.com, to talk about your case.

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