What are the rules of parallel parenting?

What are the rules of parallel parenting?

Ensure that any agreements reached are documented in writing.

Be specific in your agreements to avoid misunderstandings. Clearly outline details like times, locations for exchanges, and communication methods.

Plan changeovers, ideally at neutral locations like schools or public spaces, to prevent conflicts and ensure smooth transitions for the children.

Establish clear rules for communication, such as using specific platforms like email, text messages, or co-parenting apps to reduce confusion and disagreements.

Keep school-related interactions separate, including attending events or parent-teacher meetings at different times to avoid conflicts.

Maintain a child-centred approach, ensuring that all decisions and interactions prioritise the well-being and best interests of the children.

Develop a comprehensive parenting plan that covers all aspects of co-parenting.

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