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Tips for parenting after divorce with a high-conflict ex

Although reaching an amicable divorce is a noble goal, especially when a couple in Minnesota has children, it is the unfortunate fact that sometimes one’s ex has a personality disorder or a high-conflict personality that makes co-parenting very difficult. In the end, it is important to try to reduce the conflict to which the children are exposed. What are some tips for parents who are dealing with a high-conflict ex after a divorce?

Parents seeking divorce may have to attend education course

Parents in Minnesota facing the end of their marriage may have many questions on their mind. They may wonder whether they will be able to negotiate a child custody arrangement of if they will have to litigate one. In fact, in either case, the court may require the parents to take a course about children and divorce first.

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