There is no question that the impact of divorce on children is monumental. Most clients I represent want to protect their children in every way possible from divorce’s negative long term effects. A Good Divorce requires a commitment to love your children more than you hate your spouse. Acknowledge your spouse as a Parent and talk openly together about your children on a regular basis. Set consistent goals between households. Present a unified message to your kids and support each other as parents. A Good Divorce requires ALOT of maturity and patience. It is the ultimate test of parenting. But isn’t this what “best interest of the children” means?
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