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How Government Funding Boosts Family Well-being: A Closer Look at the American Rescue Plan and SupportPay

In recent years, the interplay between government initiatives and family well-being has come under increased scrutiny. The American Rescue Plan (ARP), enacted in March 2021, represents a significant effort by the U.S. government to address the immediate hardships faced by … Read More

Expert Tips for Divorced Parents: Managing Shared Expenses with SupportPay

Divorce brings many changes, not least of which is managing the financial responsibility of raising children separately. Understanding how to handle shared expenses effectively is crucial to ensure that your children’s needs are met without conflict. This guide provides tips … Read More

Biden-Harris Administration Advances Comprehensive Care Agenda with Historic Measures

In a sweeping series of actions and proposals, the Biden-Harris Administration continues to drive forward its ambitious care agenda, designed to make caregiving more affordable and accessible for American families. During Care Workers Recognition Month, the Administration underscored its achievements … Read More

Managing Medical and Healthcare Expenses as Co-parents

Navigating the world of co-parenting comes with its unique challenges, particularly when it comes to handling shared expenses. Medical and healthcare costs can be significant and are often unpredictable. This guide will walk you through effective strategies for managing these … Read More

What You Should Know About Pet Custody

When a couple decides to end their relationship, one of the most challenging aspects is often the custody of their pets. Unlike children, pets are considered property in the eyes of the law, so pet custody can be a complex … Read More

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Why Colorado Parents Should Take Co-Parenting Classes

Many states require divorcing spouses to take one or more co-parenting classes. There are online classes which co-parents can take in Colorado. Though some of them are court-ordered, it doesn’t mean that is the only time co-parents should consider taking them. These … Read More

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The Benefits of Co-Parenting Classes for Californians

Many states require divorcing co-parents to take one or more co-parenting classes. These classes are not only helpful for the adults going through the divorce, but also incredibly beneficial to their children’s well-being. Conflict between parents has a negative impact … Read More

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How to Co-Parent in One Home

It’s been quite the year for divorcing parents. Some were just starting to wrap their minds around the thought of divorce, and probably many were just about to physically separate. Then March 2020 came along, and many of those plans … Read More

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California Co-Parenting During COVID

Earlier in 2020, many couples were ready to embark on the painful but, in many situations, necessary journey through divorce. California Co-Parenting is today’s topic. Whether co-parents were happy or sad about it, plans were starting to form. Then March … Read More

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Holiday Tips for Co-Parents

With the holiday season fast approaching, co-parents may be feeling stress or pressure to create a happy, memorable time for their children. Here are three simple holiday tips for co-parents that can help make the best of a difficult time … Read More

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Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce

We’re here to help make your lives easier – plain and simple. We created SupportPay specifically to address the fundamental issues that commonly affect every parent who is raising their child after a divorce. But it’s also true that while we can … Read More

How to Successfully Manage Co-Parenting Conflict

How to Successfully Manage Co-Parenting Conflict Raising a child from separate homes is no easy task. While both parents have the common goal of raising healthy, happy and successful children, it’s often how each person goes about parenting that ends … Read More

Five Things To Remember About Being a Co-Parent

When a relationship ends, it can feel like the end of a life. Everything changes. Habits. Expectations. Future plans. Ending a marriage or partnership that includes children can feel like this, but on a whole other level. The entirety of … Read More

A Co-Parenting Christmas: Do’s and Dont’s

Bells will be ringing. Hot cocoa will be pouring. Snow will be falling. It’s Christmas time. No one can argue that the holidays are one of the most enjoyable times of the year. But they can also be fraught with … Read More

How to Be a Good Co-Parent, If You Don’t Get Along with Your Ex

Wouldn’t it be nice if every divorce ended peacefully and amicably? Where two parents sharing the responsibility of a child could co-parent easily, without drama or hassle? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was an easy way to handle child support? Well, the … Read More