Divorce and CoParenting

We know that parenting is hard.

And it’s a big responsibility. 

What’s more; divorce makes it even harder.

Also, professor Paul Amato shows that between 42% and 45% of US marriages will end in divorce.

Likewise, Hon. Sherrill A. Ellsworth, says that: 

“In my 20 years on the bench,

I witnessed countless families torn apart… 

battling over the simplest of co-parenting disagreements…

most cases–up to 80%…

do not require legal intervention…”

As a result, Ellsworth joined Jonathan Verk and Eric Weiss to form ‘CoParenter’.

In fact, the app helps families work together, without conflict.

In addition to this, couples can resolve custody arrangements, child support payments, planning holidays etc. 

Also, CoParenter uses AI technology and live mediators.

As a result, the app has helped solve 4,000 family custody problems so far.

Source: https://www.fastcompany.com/90290963/this-app-helps-divorced-parents-stop-fighting-over-custody-and-save-money

How does Californian child custody work?

-California courts give custody according to ‘the best interest of the child’

-parents start with equal custody

-consequently, judges can’t prefer either parent because of their sex

Furthermore, the child’s best interest is determined by:

  1. Child health, safety, and welfare
  2. Frequent and ongoing contact with both parents

Source: https://www.divorcenet.com/resources/child-custody/child-custody-california-best-interests-child.htm

Divorce is arduous.

So it’s important to get professional advice.

Secure yourself the best outcome. 

Look at the services on offer at www.vincentmillerlaw.com

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