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Smart Parenting During and After Divorce- Essential Guide

Invaluable parenting advice on how to co-parent during and after divorce, from a sought-after expert on parenting topics.

As a court-appointed child custody evaluator for 15 years, Dr. Peter Favaro is uniquely qualified to write this must-have guide for parents going through divorce. A child psychologist, he understands the effects divorce can have on families, especially when difficult exes, lawyers, visitation schedules, and other issues directly affect the child. Favaro addresses 50 essential topics in short, easy-to-read chapters, including 100 dos and don’ts that will make things easier on your child--and better for your family.

Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • Understanding Your Conflict
  • Navigating the Court System
  • Parenting for Different Ages
  • Co-Parenting Successfully
  • Making Visitation Schedules Work
  • Dealing with a Difficult Ex
  • Moving On

About the author

Peter J. Favaro, Ph.D., is a psychologist and executive director of Smart Parenting: The Family Center, which provides court services to high-conflict individuals and families. He has handled more than six thousand custody cases in the state of New York.

Smart Parenting During and After Divorce $16.95

Our Educators

Denise Baier, LMHC

Denise Baier, LMHC

Parenting and Divorce Course Author

Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus

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What Students Learned

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More about my first action toward my kids and also it about the kids not the adult.
parents need to be as mature as possible when dealing with such a difficult time for children and adults
That my children should not be involved in certain decisions such as financial, no matter how curious they are. The parents are the adults! they make the decisions.