Adopted children already live with the idea that their birth parent gave them up. Add divorce and the concerns that come with their adopted parents also giving them up and their security will suffer a double whammy.
Visitation and Scheduling
Worried about the time you’ll have with your kids over Christmas? Below you’ll find information on setting up an alternative Christmas visitation schedule.
Trying to survive the holidays as divorced parents? The holiday season can be tough for anyone, but it’s especially challenging for families dealing with divorce or separation. The best strategy for a happy holiday is to put your children first.
Here are five tips to help you navigate the stress-inducing divorced family holidays.
Certified translations of your divorce paperwork will be useful in order to ensure the smooth operation of anything you need to do if your divorce decree is not in your native tongue.
Children who see their parents co-parenting effectively after divorce feel more secure, adjust better, and are less likely to develop anxiety or depression than children whose parents are still fighting bitterly during and after divorce.
What are your options if your ex wants to move out of state with your child after divorce? That will depend on your custody agreement and whether or not you object to the move in court.
You’ve decided to divorce. Now comes the most difficult part of divorce: telling your child about your decision. How you break the news to your child will play a huge role in how well your child adjusts to your upcoming divorce.
Telling your children is one of the most difficult parts of getting a divorce. The tips that follow will help you prepare for this tough conversation.
By following these five tips, you can help to reduce the negative effects of divorce on your children and prove that both you and your ex can be good parents despite living separately.