Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Parents Handbook: Non-Lawyer Manual From The ABA

I do not like using this blog for touting products, but I think Coparenting During and After Divorce-A Handbook for Parents (Family Advocate Vol. 30, No. 1) from the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association justifies an exception:

"This Client Handbook issue of Family Advocate aids divorcing parents so that their children will continue to derive the benefit of nurturing, guidance, and support by both parents.

Articles focus on preparing children for the divorce; techniques for helping children accept the divorce and understand that their parents' love for them does not change; how parents can cope with their own feelings; suggestions on coparenting; using 'time-out'; working with parenting coordinators, and much more.
The page has the pricing information.

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