co-parenting


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co-par·ent·ing

(kō-pâr′ən-tĭng, -păr′-)
n.
1. The sharing of parental responsibility by the divorced parents of a child.
2. Joint or shared custody of a child by divorced parents.

co′-par′ent n.
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