How to Break the News About Divorce to your Kids

The one time when you and your spouse ought to be completely united, physically and conceptually, is when telling your kids about your impending divorce. Even feuding spouses should come together at this time to achieve a united front, even if only temporary. Sending disparate messages to your children at this time can be downright damaging to them. 


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The Effects of Divorce on Teenagers

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5 Factors Courts Consider in Child Custody Matters

You've decided that divorce is either your best option or a strong possibility, but you're worried about how it may affect your relationship and time spent with your children. Divorce is a significant life event, and it's normal to feel nervous and unsure during this time, especially when there are children involved. One of the best things you can do is to ensure you understand the custody determination process and what to expect before you move forward with a traditional or online divorce. Here are five factors the courts look at during child custody hearings.


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How to Tell the Children About Divorce

One of the hardest things a parent must do while going through a divorce is telling their children.

It can be an emotional time period and a highly-charged conversation. Once you and your current spouse have made the decision to move forward with the divorce, it is important to tell the news to your children. This moment is not only monumental in your life but also in theirs and consequently, you must treat it with great care.

Above all, make sure it is clear to your children that they are not to blame for this divorce; dispel it so that they will not feel guilty. Let your children’s...


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A Kid’s Guide to Divorce

Your kids, no matter what age, are going to struggle with the new change in their life following the divorce of their parents. Even if it will be better for them in the future, your divorce will be a hard transition. It is important to remind them that they have rights and responsibilities throughout this process.


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