Co-parenting - it takes a modern village to raise a modern child
Gay couples don't stumble into parenthood by accident — it's always a deliberate act (and usually a complicated one too).
Like any modern family, there are many ‘ways to grow a family’ and Co-parenting is becoming just one of those many ways.
If you're parenting solo, it’s twice as important to plan
We all know too well that raising a child in a two-parent household is tough - but raising a child solo is a whole different ball game!
And it's a responsibility more and more Australian parents are taking on.
Co Parents need life insurance and this is why
While you might not be together romantically, raising children together leaves Co Parents financially connected in many ways — whether you want to acknowledge that or not.
Remind me again what is Co Parenting?
The term Co Parenting was traditionally only used to describe a situation where a parent had split from their previous partner following a separation or divorce, but who were still actively involved in the lives of their shared children.