Co-Parenting by Choice

Co-Parenting has traditionally meant separated or divorced couples who share access rights to their children and whilst they may not be a couple or live together both parties take it in turns to care for the child or children.

However over the past decade in particular, there has been a sharp rise in the number of single men, women and gay and lesbian couples who wish to have a baby through a co-parenting agreement.

This is often referred to as Co-Parenting by Choice or Elective Co-Parenting.


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