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Co-Parenting Journal: Tracking visitation and custody for divorced women and men

Co-Parenting Journal: Tracking visitation and custody for divorced women and men

Lawyers recommend keeping track of all interactions between parents

Don't let your ex control you and protect your kids

Coping with divorce can be one of the most stressful times of your life. Dealing with a high conflict ex in court is very difficult, especially if details of meetings are confused.

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Lawyers recommend keeping track of all interactions between divorced parents

Don’t let your ex control you.

Protect your kids when in your ex’s custody.

Coping with divorce can be one of the most stressful times of your life. Dealing with a high conflict ex in court is very difficult, especially if details of meetings are confused. It is recommended by lawyers and counselors to keep a journal to track details pertaining to custody and visitation. Divorce conflict management can help every divorced mother and divorced father. With a parenting journal, you can show a pattern of abuse and disregarded agreements. This is something that courts will notice. Easily keep track of all photos, videos and witnesses to incidents that may occur. Being able to present this information in a concise manner will help show your organization and there will be more trust put into what you say in court.

Keep track of everything you need for the courts:

  • Dates and times (including the actual time the ex arrived, especially if late)
  • Agreed meeting place
  • Details of what was discussed
  • Names of any photos or videos taken
  • All details to help with co-parenting and visitation

˃˃˃ Parents with mental health issues like narcissist and borderline personality disorders can make you and your kids lives impossible

When you have to deal with a parent that causes problems because of narcissism or borderline personality disorders, it is difficult for you to take care of your kids. Every time there is a conflict it raises stress and harms your kids. Lawyers don’t want to deal with someone that complains about the ex. By keeping track of a pattern of problems and showing that the ex doesn’t meet the agreements, you can gain back control. Without having details of a series of problems, the court won’t see what the problem is. Using this journal, you can help yourself and your kids by gaining the control and power back that might otherwise be taken from you.

Start today with gaining your control and sanity back

 

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About the Author
Stephen A. Anthony

I am an average guy that got blindsided when my wife took the kids and ran. She went to a women's shelter claiming I was abusing her and the kids. I didn't know where my kids were or when I would see them again.

That was just the beginning of an 8 + year struggle against her, against the lawyer, against the court. A high conflict divorce if there ever was one. At every turn it seemed no one cared what I was going through, just that it get done quickly. No one cared what happened to my kids. Things I thought were true, weren't and there were many things I should have done differently.

When dealing with someone that has a personality disorder like Narcissism or Borderline, you need to be prepared for a different divorce than most are used to. I want to help others be better prepared for the challenges when divorcing someone that seems crazy to you but normal to the court. Don't put up with the poison that your ex will create while you are splitting.

The series of books I've created are a direct result of my experience and knowledge I've gained talking with lawyer, counselors, teachers, and mediators. If you need the help and don't know where to turn, let me lend you that hand.

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