Taking care of your children and making sure they have everything they need is a priority for most parents. When you and the children’s other parent are still in a relationship, this might be a bit easier since both parents can chip in to make sure that everything is taken care of. If you divorce, this process becomes a bit more difficult since your children will spend time in two different homes.
We know that thinking about your children having to spend a lot of time away from you isn’t something that is pleasant. This is one of the most difficult aspects of child custody for many parents. They have to get accustomed to having their child in another home sometimes.
When you are facing a divorce, you have a lot of things to think about. Your children must be your top priority. There isn’t any easy answer to many child custody cases, but you and your ex do have the option of trying to do things together where child custody is concerned.
If you and your ex can get along well and put your children first, you might consider co-parenting. If this isn’t possible, you and your ex can work to come up with a child custody agreement that puts the children first. This involves either working together on your own or working with a mediator to come up with the terms.
We can help you learn about different options that you have for child custody matters. You must think carefully about each option so that you choose the options that are in your children’s best interests.