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Re: Co-parenting from the point of view of law

Posted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 4:38 pm
by James
Yes it is true guys that co parenting became really popular all over the world. I also heard that the this principle was established in Italy so many years ago. At all I of course know that there are some very specific issues in this type of coparenting that make being a parent or a child difficult. Organizing the child's life and activities, making sure that children receive consistent types and styles of discipline, and making sure that both parents are made aware of the issues in a child's life. Someone has really different attitudes towards it

Re: Co-parenting from the point of view of law

Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 2:05 pm
by Ernest
Thank you so much for this theme. i am very interested in it. As for me I know nothing about the co-parenting and to tell the truth I hear about nearly for the first time.
I know that it is impossible to write down all the parents in the birth certificate so think there will be written only biological parents of the child. As for me I have used the program of surrogate motherhood and I don’t regret about it. We have biologically related baby and the procedure is totally legal and accepted.

Re: Co-parenting from the point of view of law

Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:10 pm
by Diego
As far as I know, co-parenting doesn’t mean that there will be one couple as your child’s parents. It is a kind of rights for the child which belongs for you and your partner, while it is not necessary for you to be married. You will have equal rights concerning your child.
It helps in case of divorce. So there will not be such situation like one ex forbids other to visit a child or to communicate with him. Also it is good for a child. He or she will not be involved in your personal relationships. It means you will always remain his or her father. On the other hand your partner will have the same rights.

Re: Co-parenting from the point of view of law

Posted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:48 pm
by Felix
But you say in the first post that you have a boyfriend, so what is the problem then?
Co-parenting is an choice of necessity for those people who need to solve a problem, not a deliberate choice of a couple that had string and devoted relations. You can figure out the details out of curiosity, of course, but I see not reason for you to attend to that.
I hope you are not going to have a kid and then separate, to figure out how does it really work