What to Do If Your Child Refuses Parenting Time With the Other Massachusetts Parent

| Nov 29, 2019 | Children |

Whether you’re newly divorced or well-versed in co-parenting, you recognize the importance of sticking to your parenting plan agreement.

As important as it is to follow the plan you and your co-parent agreed upon or that was ordered by the court, it is possible for pitfalls to arise that interfere with your ability to follow it precisely.

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