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Co-Parenting Convos - An Introduction




We are excited to introduce our new blog and video series called the “Co-Parenting Convos.” Co-parenting encompasses the countless ways in which caretakers share the responsibility of caring for children. A large part of co-parenting can be boiled down to effective communication, including the hows, the whens, and the whys. In this series, we will explore helpful co-parenting topics and tips for you, whether you're in the middle of a court case or simply seeking new tools to improve your co-parenting skills.  

We truly believe this series will be helpful to even the most successful co-parents/caretakers and is a timely subject, especially now that caretakers and children are back to school and learning to navigate the “new normal” of virtual classrooms, social distancing, and all the other changes.

Stay tuned by subscribing to our firm on our social media platforms and blog to ensure you receive our upcoming “Co-Parenting Convos” information and videos. As always, if you need assistance with your custody and visitation/parenting time matter, our experienced family law attorneys at Morris Williams LLC are here to help! Contact us today to schedule a consultation by calling (757) 226-9425 or by emailing us at admin@morriswilliamslaw.com.

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Morris Williams LLC - A Family Law Firm

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