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Children must remain at the heart of all custody cases

The child custody matters that you will have to decide when you are going through a divorce can take an emotional toll on you. There aren't usually easy answers in these cases, but when you and your ex aren't really getting along, the difficulties are usually increased. It is imperative that you take a step from the emotions and think with a level head about what is best for your children. We understand how challenging this is for any parent. We are here to help you think about the important points.

Outline your plan to make co-parenting work

A parenting plan is something that divorced parents rely on to make child custody work. When you are co-parenting, you might have to go a step beyond just a basic parenting plan. Instead, you might need to come up with a game plan for handling the co-parenting arrangement.

You and your ex can work as a team for your children

Child custody cases are often filled with matters that both sides feel strongly about. You have to make sure that you are able to think clearly so that you are able to make decisions that are in your child's best interests. This has to be your top priority because it is what the court will look at upon review of the case.

Helping your children cope with the changes divorce brings

The end of a marriage is hard on the adults who have grown accustomed to having each other's support. It is also very hard on the children who have to learn to live with their parents in two different homes. As a parent, helping your children cope with the situation is something that you have to find a way to do and it needs to be the priority.

Make decisions that can help you cope after divorce

Dealing with a divorce is a big deal for all adults. For those who have children counting on them, the difficulties might be more pronounced. There are several things that you have to remember if you are trying to raise your children while dealing with the changes that divorce brings.

Flexible child custody agreements can impact your ability to plan

As we discussed recently, you need to take the time to review your holiday child custody plans now. Not all parents who have a child custody agreement will find the schedule for the holidays in that order. Some parents have a more flexible agreement that enables them to take the events of the holiday season into account when deciding when the children will spend time with each parent.

Special considerations for infant child custody cases

Child custody cases that involve infants pose some unique challenges when trying to determine when the baby will spend time with each parent. The answers aren't always easy to find, but the parents must think carefully about the baby as they try to decide what they are going to do.

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