Are you ready to co-parent?
When you're going through a divorce, it's already difficult handling the stress and legal complexities of the matter.
But, when you add children to the mix, arguments over child custody can quickly turn the situation into an emotional nightmare.
But, when you add children to the mix, arguments over child custody can quickly turn the situation into an emotional nightmare. Often times, the personal issues that led up to the divorce entwine themselves into the process of determining child custody.
Though you may be experiencing strong emotional convictions, it’s important to keep in mind that your actions inside and outside legal proceedings can have a profound impact on your child’s well-being, your relationship with them and even the outcome of the case.
It’s normal to feel a range of emotions in divorce. However, you’ll need to set those feelings aside when it comes to the best interest of the child. Co-parenting can be challenging with an ex, especially after a high level of conflict.
Here are 15 child custody factors that we recommend addressing and discussing with your spouse before the divorce.
In this free checklist, our family law attorneys cover:
- Types of child custody
- Types of visitation
- Visitation options
- And so much more...
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