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Cooperating in Georgia child custody arrangements

Divorce can provide a way out of marriages that are unhappy or unhealthy. While it can be a difficult step to take, it may also be the best option for those involved. This does not mean, however, that it is an easy process to transition through. Children whose parents are getting a divorce are greatly impacted by the stress and reactions that they see. Families in Georgia who are going through this separation can create child custody arrangements that best fit the needs of their children and the situation.

Cooperation through a custody arrangement is key for a smooth transition into this new phase of life. This includes refraining from speaking about one's former spouse in a negative manner or trying to coerce the children into picking sides. When working through exchanges with the other parent, it is important to be amiable and avoid creating conflict in front of the children.

Working together to keep communication with teachers and coaches open can help provide the children with a support system when they are not at home. Answering questions posed by one's child in a way that is appropriate for his or her age is also important. This can help them feel more involved and secure, since they will have a better understanding of what is going on, without blaming themselves.

Giving one's child a voice, while maintaining a sense of comfort and security, can ease the stress that comes with the divorce process. Parents working through divorce in Georgia have resources available that can assist them in making child custody arrangements and working through them following the divorce. The assistance of professionals in the field can make one's divorce less challenging and can reduce some of the tension.

Source: The Huffington Post, "How to Help Children Ages 6-12 Through Your Divorce", Dr. Gail Gross, March 19, 2015

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