Do you have the knowledge and support you need to navigate shared parenting successfully?  

The law requires that you meet certain criteria in order to share care in the best interests of your children.


Separation from someone you've previously loved is undoubtedly one of the most difficult times of your life. Emotions are heightened and stress can be debilitating, leaving you reactionary and frustrated with each other.


In order to co-parent cooperatively, you are required to keep the children in focus at all times. Can you avoid the costly family law system? 

Welcome to Parenting After Separation

I'm Jasmin Newman and I've created these courses to help parents navigate shared parenting.  Watch this video to find out how to get practical hands on help with simplifying the complex nature of family law, improving communication and ultimately being able to work together as parents while living apart. 

Want to know more about our parenting courses?

The Parenting Plan Guide

The Parenting Plan Guide is a short course designed to help you work out the practical steps you need to take in order to co-parent effectively and with the minimal impact on your children. 


This course will help you to establish

  • good communication skills
  • a cooperative mindset 
  • the practical steps required to formulate your shared parenting agreement

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