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Married Parents

Co-Parents

Single Parents

Cohabitating Parents


Problem #1:


A lack of structure within the home can cause disharmony in the family. Miscommunication between parents can also negatively affect the way a child is brought up. Separate parenting agendas and unsynchronized scheduling of parenting plans can bring conflicts into the marriage.


Solution:


Parents who live in the home together should explore ways to strengthen their relationship with each other, as well as their children. Building happiness in the relationship by means of proper communication through a Joint Family Planner, there will be more to offer your child. Reducing stress in the household and parenting as a unified team will allow for an easier transition with dealing with parenting problems.

The Benefits of Scheduling


A co-parenting calendar is an essential tool that any parent can use to organize a HAPPY JOINT LIFE they share with another parent.

  • Time Management
  • Productivity
  • Better Records
  • More Organized
  • Stress Relief
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SCHEDULING

Problem #2:


Divorce, Separation, and Joint Custody can put a strain on family life. Adjusting to these life-changing events can affect your job, social life, and quality time with your children.


Solution:


Joint Family Planner has created several solutions to assist in organizing your new life. We have day planners, scheduling applications, and useful resources that will help to create order from the difficulties of divorce and co-parenting.

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CO-PARENTING

The Key to Co-Parenting


Prearranged SCHEDULING of meetings and events accomplishes several essential aspects to successful co-parenting:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Regular Meetings
  • Consistency (for the child)
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"Developed with the best interests of children in mind, a co-parenting plan details how much time children will spend time with each parent, scheduling details, how major and minor decisions about children will be made, exchanges of information and ongoing communication about the children, children’s extra-curricular activities, and how parental disputes will be resolved." - Psychology Today

PARENTING STRUCTURE

Whether you are a Married Parent Co-Parent Single Parent or Cohabitating Parent scheduling and planning are intricate essentials to a quality parenting structure. Establish healthy communication between parents by using a Joint Family Planner

STATISTICS

Some of the key issues that have to be addressed when putting together a parenting plan include... the children’s school schedules and extracurricular activities, the parents’ work schedules, [and] scheduling for holidays and summer vacations...

Psychology Today

Like reading or riding a bike, organizing is a skill that can be taught. Good organizational systems have a way of making time fall into place.

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BENEFITS

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Manage family transitions

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Cooperative parenting

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Effectively minimizes conflicts

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Builds healthy relationships

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Household structure and stability

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Properly monitoring children’s activities

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More effective parenting

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Higher quality relationships