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February, 2017 Archives

Divorce and The Best Interests of the Child

When you’re going through the divorce process and trying to resolve the child support and custody issues, you’ll often hear the terms “best interests of the child.” Generally, the court will consider the new family lifestyle after a divorce and how a child will best be able to adapt to the new changes. It is possible for you and your spouse to ease into your new family dynamic in order to make the transition easier on your child.

Amicable Relationship In order for you and your spouse to best help your child through the divorce process, you should maintain an amicable relationship. While that may not be easy, especially at first, this is extremely beneficial in helping your child’s transition into the family‚Äôs new way of life. It’s best to avoid contentious debates about living arrangements, parenting time, child support, and other child-rearing issues.

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