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Courts are likely to order parents, and especially divoricing parents to take 'coparenting classes' as part of custody proceedings especially when some type of joint custody arrangment will be awarded. When a judge looks at what is in the best interest of a child, he will often look to a solution that will involve both parents sharing the parenting duties for the best interest of the child.

Parents living apart from each other owe each other and the child or children the duty not to talk badly about the other parent and to follow the parenting plan to the letter of the law. It is important to remember that 'Mom' and 'Dad' have to work together in raising the children until they are 18 years old. While 'Mom' and 'Dad' may not love each other anymore, each must foster an environment wherein the child or children are still able to love both 'Mom' and 'Dad' equally. This, of course, means putting emotion and self-interest to the side. Coparenting classes help parents learn more about the new rules of joint-custody, personal boundaries, and self restraint necessary to be good parents.

If you currently don't have any custody rights or are just establishing a parental relationship with your child a coparenting agreement may be a welcome change.

If you are already party to a coparenting, or joint-custody, agreement you need to keep in mind that if you don't play by all the rules, you can easily lose the custody rights you already have. It is not unusual for custody to change from the time a child is born until a child is eighteen. This is mind, it is imperative that a parent keep maticulous notes with dates and times and witnesses of events to obtain the custody they want, maintain the custody they already have, and prevent losing custody rights they have already been awarded. Judges will often ask to see each parent's 'log book' regarding joint custody activity. Such logs can be used to defend yourself or can be used to prove your case about the other parent.

The Custody Laywer attorneys will work tirelessly to get the custody that is in the best interest of you and your children and to defend your rights as you are challenged by those who would take your custody rights away.

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