Children are entitled to meaningful relationships with both parents, even after their parents' marriage has ended.  As a result, periodic conflicts can persist until the children leave home, resentments can linger until the kids’ college expenses are finally paid, and bad feelings can persist until they are finally mediated by the arrival of grandchildren.

Organizing parents’ time with the children, resolving vacation conflicts, accommodating children's activities, and making decisions regarding children’s education, health care, and religious upbringing all require functional communication between parents.  Where parents are unable to resolve conflicts, they might go back to court or refer their issues to a parenting coordinator who acts as an arbitrator.




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