Web Resources for Parents

  • Child Centered Solutions

    • Click on the Titles below to navigate to various web resources. Also check our main Resources for Parents page for more.

  • Oregon Judicial Department | Family Law Program

  • Kids in the Crossfire

    • This short online video emphasizes the impact of parents’ behavior during divorce and includes suggestions for improving communication and minimizing stress on children.

  • ShareKids

    • Web-based co-parenting resource that allows divorced parents to communicate about their children in a safe, non-confrontational manner. The site includes an online calendar and diary that each parent can access, photo galleries, resource center, and a shared school and homework platform.

  • 10 Tips for Divorcing Parents

    • From the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a list of ten suggestions for parents to keep the needs of their children in mind during the divorce process.

  • Our Family Wizard

    • An interactive online resource designed to help families with scheduling from separate households and managing important family information. “Tools to help eliminate miscommunication, avoid arguments, and protect children from conflict.”

  • Up to Parents

    • A free, interactive website that offers online exercises and support to help parents stay focused on their children during divorce. “Because peace for children is success for parents.”

  • Stepping Back from Anger

    • This 12 page booklet from American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers gives parents guidance to protect your children during divorce. It includes the “Children’s Bill of Rights” and other helpful resources. A companion video is also available for purchase. 

  • I am a Child of Divorce: Advice for Parents Getting a Divorce

    • Resources to assist divorced parents with communication skills and maintain a healthy environment for their children.

Publisher’s Note: Links to outside sources on Child Centered Solutions do not represent an endorsement of, or agreement with, everything contained in those sources.  While we carefully review every source which we choose to link to on Child Centered Solutions, we may disagree with some of the content presented. However, it is our decision that the overall benefit of the sources outweighs any information or advice with which we might disagree.