New School Year Brings Big Challenges for Divorced
Parents and professionals are turning to the web to help deal with the challenges raised by separated co-parenting
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- This week parents across the US and Canada will begin to send their children back to school for the new school year. Between adjusting for new school schedules and the extra-curricular activities, the additional scheduling pressures placed on parents can be overwhelming. This is why parents who are co-parenting from separate households turn to the OurFamilyWizard website (http://www.OurFamilyWizard.com) for help.
Many family law professionals across the US and Canada are recommending and ordering the OurFamilyWizard website to overcome the challenges faced by separated parenting. For over 8 years, the OurFamilyWizard website has been
providing parents with simple and effective communication tools that will help to alleviate the "he said/she said." In fact, judges in at least thirty states are ordering high-conflict families to utilize the website in contested
Simple tasks, such as remembering to bring your son's soccer cleats for his afterschool game, can become a daunting task if communication with the other parent is poor. Communication hurdles can be difficult to overcome for
parents with a good relationship, and separated co-parenting can become an even more challenging environment.
For family law professionals, the OurFamilyWizard website can provide an in-depth look into the parents' communications. This newly found accountability is giving parents a reason to get along with the other parent, because action and inaction are both documented. The end result is parents who communicate, children who are kept out of the middle and professionals who can spend their time more effectively helping the clients they serve.
To learn more about how the OurFamilyWizard website can change your life or the lives of the parents you serve go to http://www.OurFamilyWizard.com.
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