Virginia divorce attorney, Julie Hottle Day, was kind enough to take time out of her busy schedule to answer questions we posed about divorce, custody, and high-conflict co-parenting. Here's part 2 of the interview (link to part 1 follows):
As you can imagine, we rarely hear from two "difficult" parents--it's always one "concerned" parent struggling to share custody with a "difficult" parent. Is this what you see in your practice as well, or is lack of cooperation on the part of both parents more prevalent? What additional advice do you have for the "cooperative" parent who is dealing with a "difficult" parent?