For many divorcing couples, keeping the children in the marital home is top priority. And with good reason.
For some, the marital home may be the only home they've ever known. And depending on the age of your children, change may not be something they're excited about.
So as responsible parents you feel that keeping them in the home will provide some stability during this time of intense transition. So you thought setting up a nesting plan may be the way to go. But before you decide, allow us to share some pros and cons about this relatively new phenomenon regarding co-parenting children post-divorce in this two-part series on the topic.
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