co-parenting [kō-pârˈən-tĭng, -părˈ-]
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The definition of co-parenting is a process where two parents work together to raise a child even though they are divorced or separated and no longer live together.
An example of co-parenting is when a divorced mother and father share legal and physical custody of their child.
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An arrangement in a divorce or separation by which parents share legal and physical custody of a child or children.