Don’t Go Into A High-Conflict Divorce Without A Detailed Plan To Protect You & Your Kids’ Future!
Parenting Plan Workshop
July 3-6, 2023
Three days of video trainings delivered straight to your inbox.
🚫 Outlines how to parent
together, being in and out of each other’s lives every day or week
🚫 May require you to continue interacting with an abuser or just somebody you don't like any more
🚫 Created from ancient attorney templates that have been collecting dust in an office somewhere since 1984
🚫 Too much grey area to have to talk and discuss too many undetermined details
✔️ Outlines healthy boundaries and roles for both parents so you can parent individually
✔️ Creates structure for the kids and their day-to-day lives without either parent ever having to step into the other parent’s home
✔️ Helps protect you and your kids as you move into your new life as a single parent
✔️Allows all parties to heal without being forced to repeatedly face each other and relive conflict or abuse over and over again
is a detailed agreement that outlines all of the above to help everyone involved move forward, avoid litigation and conflict, and create healthy expectations and boundaries around all areas of life, including:
Holidays and vacations
Schooling and extracurricular activities
New relationships in either household
And so much more
(With all the accountability and support you need to help you along the way!)
You’re headed into a high-conflict, hostile divorce.
You want to be educated about the Parallel Parenting Plan process.
You want to make sure you’re not making any missteps that could cost you in terms of time with your kids and legal fees.
You want to reduce exposure to stressful interactions for you and your kids.
You want to avoid future litigation because of unclear expectations in parenting roles.
You know your lawyer’s co-parenting contract doesn’t cover what you need and want a detailed plan.
You’re discovering that single parenting is HARD, and you want to help yourself and your kids through this transition.
You already have a lawyer.
There are unique circumstances in you or your child(ren)’s health, relationships, or living situation.
You’ve tried parenting before and it was a dismal failure.
You don’t have a ton of money to invest in formal contracts and agreements.
You’re afraid to make decisions that you know, deep down, are right.
Is The Step-By-Step Divorced Parenting Solution
You’ve Been Looking For Or Your Money Back!
Meet Your New Coach
Hi, I’m Samantha!
"I'm a mom of four, two from my divorce 16 years ago and two littles from my current relationship.
My divorce was UGLY. I was in and out of court for ten years and have spent more than $100,000 of my own income on lawyers fees, and I’m not the only one.
The average cost of a divorce in the United States today is $15,000 to $20,000. But as was the case with my divorce, the more “difficult” ones – aka, divorces that feature battles over custody, property, or finances – can cost upwards of $100,000* or more.
I’ve had just about every type of shared custody agreement imaginable - 50/50, weekdays only, sole custody.
I had to learn the hard way that the more things the two divorcing parties can’t agree on, the more expensive it will get.
As I navigated that decade of my life, I just kept thinking there HAD to be a better way.
Monday, July 3, 2023
We’ll kick off bootcamp by breaking down the differences between Parallel Parenting and Co-Parenting. We’ll also cover how much detail you’ll need in your plan and how to navigate splitting up the holidays in your parenting plan.
Thursday, June 6, 2023
We’ll pick up where we left off on Day 3 by continuing your Parenting Plan List from Extracurriculars to Significant Others.
Wednesday, June 5, 2023
On Day 2, we’ll start creating your Parenting Plan list. This list will show you what kind of information needs to be included in your parenting plan on topics from legal custody to education.
Parenting Plan Workshop
Parenting Plan Checklist (Valued at $29)
Training Video Recordings (Valued at $1297)
Private Support Group (Valued at $997)
A printable PDF for you to keep yourself organized with your thoughts, ideas, strategies, and defined details that you would like to see implemented into your parenting plan. This checklist is more than the standard click and print from a generic parenting website, this has the details of what real families deal with on a day to day basis along with the long term stepping stones children go through in life.
The bootcamp training video sessions will be recorded and given to you through email. Your will have access to these videos for your lifetime. You will be able to take these 3 hours of recourses and review them repeatedly in the comfort of your own home at any hour of the day.
This private invite only support group is an unlimited resource for so many single parents. People from all over the United States and Canada helping each other every step of the way with their own experiences and strategies. There is a weekly training and Q&A session every Wednesday. The search bar is the most powerful tool in this group.
You have 3 days, starting March 6th
"This bootcamp is designed for parents just like you. Join the bootcamp, participate, work through the Parent Plan List. And if after all that, you feel like this isn’t the greatest training of its kind, I’ll send you your money back.
You don’t even have to stop using the list. All you need to do is email me your proof of purchase with the title “My Dog Ate It” and I’ll give you back your money with no questions asked.
Workshop starts Monday, July. 3rd and runs through Thursday, July 6th, taking July 4th off.
Yes. I’ll email you a new training each day of the event. The trainings are yours to keep. You'll be able to reference these trainings and all the resources anytime while on your journey.
As soon as you enroll, you’ll be sent a welcome email. Starting Monday, I’ll email you a new training each day of the event.
All the more reason to learn more about what a solid Parenting Plan can do to help protect you and your kids. You DON’T have to entangle your day-to-day or week-to-week life with your ex to still both be good parents to your kids
Absolutely! The co-parenting contract your lawyer has won’t cover all the details you need in order to know you and your kids (and your ex) can move forward with clarity and boundaries that work for everyone.
There will be VIP access offer to be able to ask specific questions after the bootcamp sessions on Thursday.