Tips to Avoid Parenting Issues with Your Ex’s Significant Other

Avoiding parenting issues with your ex’s significant other is often overlooked once parents move on following a divorce or break up. Most Allocation Judgments (formerly called Custody Judgments) address this issue and put the burden on a parent to make sure their new, subsequent significant other (and potentially third parties) aware of the contents and rules of the Allocation Judgment. Usually, the most important provisions to notify third parties and significant others regarding are the parenting time rules.

No Disparaging Remarks About the Other Parent

Ensure Significant Others and Third-Parties Follow the Rules

You’re Responsible If Your Significant Other Refuses to Abide by the Rule

Further, even if your agreement doesn’t require you to inform third parties and significant others of the parenting agreement’s rules, especially not to disparage the other parent of your children, it is just good practice. It is being a kind human. It is setting a good example.

Model Good Behavior & Put Your Children’s Needs First

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