Co-parenting Guidelines (bold): What Every Parent Needs to Know Before Getting Divorced (ITALICIZED)

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AuthorHouse, Feb 24, 2004 - Self-Help - 96 pages

If you agree with any of the following statements about divorce this book is for you! 

1. My spouse has a criminal record  for drug trafficking, the judge will never let them have overnight visitation.

 2.If my spouse doesn’t pay child support their not entitled to visitation.

 3. I’m not married to the father of my child so it’s up to me when or if he can visit the baby.

4. I have a restraining order against my soon to be former spouse for domestic violence, he will never be given visitation.

5.  My spouse is an addict, I can control where he can take the children when he visits.

Using actual cases, Co-parenting Guidelines: What Every Parent Needs to Know Before Getting a Divorce takes you through the most common pitfalls parents experience to give you a clearer picture of what is expected of you by the Judiciary.

Divorce is one of the most painful times a family can experience.  Strong emotions like pain, and anger can cloud ones judgement.  During this period expectations and assumptions often lead to behavior which may have long term legal and emotional consequences with the greatest cost being borne by the children.  This book is a valuable tool to help any parent keep perspective during this most trying of processes.


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About the author (2004)

Nadine Pierre-Louis, LMFT, CAP, CAPP is a Florida Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Addiction Professional and Certified Addiction Prevention Professional.  In 2000, Ms. Pierre-Louis founded and serves as Executive Director of The Family Enrichment Institute Inc.(FEI). FEI was founded to help meet the needs of families involved with the judicial system.  Ms. Pierre-Louis has extensive experience in helping families navigate through difficult conflicted divorces including issues of; co-parenting, addiction, domestic violence,  anger management,supervised visitation, monitored exchanges and mediation .  Ms. Pierre-Louis is committed to helping divorcing families access all knowledge and resources available to help minimize the negative consequences of an already difficult process.  In an effort to achieve this goal she created as an interactive tool to help disseminate information.

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