By the time you're done with Parenting Plan PhD, you will be equipped with the methods and tools so you can turn stories into information - information into knowledge - and knowledge into wisdom. It's not good enough to be smart or right. You have to be effective.
Hear anecdotes that have been compiled to show just how vulnerable you are with your existing Parenting Plan.
Consider situations that you haven't thought about because it's not part of the standard template used by so many attorneys and parenting coordinators.
Discuss the importance of foresight and your ability to anticipate challenges before they occur.
Actively engage in role playing to emulate how you could find yourself in a predicament with a co-parent, an educational institution, an extra-curricular facility, or law enforcement.
Co-parents find themselves in problematic situations because everyone in the process uses the same style of thinking.
Throughout the event, you will acquire essential insights and actionable tools to begin using immediately.
This class is going to save me thousands of dollars on litigation. I can't believe how many things I almost overlooked.
I thought my Parenting Plan was iron clad. I made so many notes in the live event so that my attorney could make updates. So happy I attended!
I never thought about how I would handle the storage and renewal of my daughter's passport because she's only 2. Thank you.
BE OPEN MINDED
Avoid the trap of believing that your divorce attorney, parenting coordinator, or child psychologist has provided you with the perfect Parenting Plan.
PLAY THE PART
Role playing enables everyone to see obstacles they didn’t recognize previously. You will learn a tremendous amount by being involved.
FOCUS ON THE ISSUE
Instead of describing the negative characteristics or tendencies of the other parent, ask questions that will provoke dialogue about preventing the problem.
TRUST YOUR INTUITION
The biggest mistake is to let someone talk you out of something you know in your heart to be important. If it's important, make sure it's in the Parenting Plan.