Possibly one of the hardest conversations you might have when it comes to sharing the news about your divorce will be with your adult kids.
Children and Divorce
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If you’re going through a divorce, you’re probably wondering how you can effectively co-parent with your former spouse. After all, divorce can be a difficult and emotional time for everyone involved.
Deciding how to handle child-related costs and expenses can be one of the most complicated–and contentious–parts of a divorce settlement.
If you suspect your spouse is hiding assets or concealing income, you should take steps to contact a legal professional to get further advice.
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Whether you’re contemplating divorce or already in the process, your primary concern should be your children and how this will affect them.
While creating and maintaining new routines for kids post-divorce may feel like the last thing on your mind, it’s one of the most important things you can do for your child’s happiness.
Divorce will be difficult for every member of your family. When you have children of any age, the important thing is to keep them at an arm’s length from the intimate details of the divorce.
Imagine it’s five years from now and you are looking back at this time. Picture your children’s faces in their best moments. How do you have to be in order for them to feel relaxed and happy?