As a parent, the most important consideration in your life is the wellbeing and happiness of your children. While parents will do whatever is necessary to make their child’s life as painless and enjoyable as possible, sometimes life’s challenges are unavoidable. One such challenge might be their parents’ divorce.
Realistically, a divorce will likely change the dynamics of your family in a variety of ways. That said, co-parenting with a former spouse in Montana does not have to be an insurmountable issue, particularly if you put in the work from the start. As you begin to plan for shared parenting after a divorce, consider some important elements and tools for devising a working plan.