Even Happily Married Parents Disagree

Even Happily Married Parents Disagree | Jennifer Safian

{3:18 minutes to read} Divorcing parents who choose to have joint legal custody of their children, i.e. joint decision making, are often concerned as to what happens if they disagree on issues regarding their children. I usually begin by reminding them that happily married parents may also disagree on whether the child should:

  • Go to private or to public school;
  • Fly as an unaccompanied minor;
  • Have a cell phone at an early age;
  • Get a tattoo.
These, of course, are just a few of the many questions that may come up and cause conflict between parents.

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