The Parenting Marriage Workbook is 46 pages and it includes stories of those who have put a PM in place, pros and cons of the PM, exercises to help you and your spouse learn what your values are (which will, in turn, inform the agreements you make), and more.
The exercises and information in the workbook are designed to put a structure around your Parenting Marriage to maximize your success in your transition away from a traditional marriage and ensure stability for your kids.
The many samples and templates in the workbook will help you create your own timelines, Parenting Marriage agreements as well as deciding on what you might want to include in a post-nuptial agreement.
In the event that you decide to get a divorce, the work you’ve done to create a Parenting Marriage will unquestionably ease that transition, not only for you but also for your children. The workbook will save you and your spouse a great deal of time, energy and money and by clarifying the terms of your new arrangement, it will help reduce misunderstandings and misaligned expectations.