Your children are innocent people unwittingly involved in your divorce. Remembering this might help you to focus on supporting and protecting them during your divorce. Divorce is a major change in the child's life that might necessitate help from both parents.
The children require support to help them learn how to cope with the new way of life. We understand that this is difficult when you are dealing with the impacts of the divorce yourself.
One thing that might help you to cope better with the divorce is knowing what to expect. The more accurately you can plan, the more confident you may feel about the process. This may help to keep your stress level down, which could make it easier for you to focus on your children.
We understand that you might have some concerns about the divorce. While each aspect of the divorce is important, your initial focus likely needs to be on the child custody case. Your children need to be able to settle into the way that life is going to be from here on out. By getting the custody case all settled, you can provide the ongoing stability that is necessary for them.
Remembering to keep your children at the heart of the child custody case is vital. You can't use them as a negotiating tool for other aspects of the split. Don't let your ex use them as a way to get what he or she wants. Instead, think about how each option presented might impact the children.
Because your children are counting on you, it is necessary to take each decision very seriously. We can help you to figure out what options might work for your case, even if those options are creative instead of standard.