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Parallel parenting is an arrangement in which divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other, and having limited direct contact, in situations where they have demonstrated that they are unable to communicate with each other in a respectful manner. For intractable high conflict families, parallel parenting provides an opportunity for co-parenting, and although parents remain disengaged from each other they remain fully connected to their children. Read more: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/co-parenting-after-divorce/201309/parallel-parenting-after-divorce

 

got researchArguments for an Equal Parental Responsibility Presumption in Contested Child Custody – Dr. Edward Kruk

Child Adjustment in Joint-Custody Versus Sole-Custody Arrangements: A Meta-Analytic Review Dr. Robert Bauserman

Divorced Fathers and Their Daughters: A Review of Recent Research – Dr. Linda Nielsen

Lay Judgments About Child Custody After Divorce – Dr. William Fabricus

Parenting Time & Shared Residential Custody: Ten Common Myths – Dr. Linda Nielsen

Shared Physical Custody: Myths and Misconceptions – Dr. Linda Nielsen

Shared Residential Custody: Review of the Research (Part I of II) – Dr. Linda Nielsen

Shared Residential Custody: Review of the Research (Part I of II) – Dr. Linda Nielsen

Young Adults’ Perspective on Divorce Living Arrangements – Dr. William Fabricus

 

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