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Child Custody Articles
As a divorced parent, you may find yourself eagerly looking forward to your weeks or weekends with the children, and you understandably want to make the most of every minute with them as possible. This means structuring planned activities and outings in the limited amount of time you have available with them. Whether you get your kids for a full week, a weekend, or another period of time, you can employ some of these ideas to optimize your time together.
While a divorce occurs between two people, it affects everyone living in the home. Sometimes, it even takes a toll on other family members who aren’t currently residing in the same dwelling. Children, in particular, experience a variety of emotions, including anger, fear, confusion and disappointment, as their parents go through a divorce. What, if anything, can you do to help your children get through your divorce?
Joint Legal Custody requires that both parents work together to make decisions for the child. When the parents cannot agree on any given decision, parents find themselves at odds with each other. Here are three ways to make joint custody work.