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Creating security for children through child custody in Georgia

Being able to provide for and care for the needs of one's children is a desire that most parents have. In the midst of divorce, taking care of the children caught in the middle can be a challenge as the two parents deal with their own emotions and the various aspects of this process. However, it is during a divorce and in the time immediately afterward that being there for one's children is especially crucial. Parents divorcing in Georgia can create a child custody arrangement that seeks to best meet this goal.

Divorce is a major change and often one that children are not quite sure how to handle. For this reason, providing them with a sense of security and acceptance during this time of transition can make them more comfortable. Creating a new normal as soon as possible not only helps one focus on something other than the divorce, but also gives the children stability for which they so desperately long.

If two parents decide to co-parent or work through shared custody following a divorce, establishing a routine of transition between the two houses and foundational rules that will be the same in both locations can ease the stress of going back and forth. These arrangements require a great deal of communication and cooperation between the two parents. Keeping disagreements away from the children and refraining from negative comments toward or about the other party can encourage the children to maintain a positive relationship with each parent.

Co-parenting and shared child custody arrangements are becoming more popular in providing the opportunity for both parents to play central roles in the lives of their children. Those going through a divorce in Georgia have a variety of custody agreements from which to choose. Creating an arrangement that is in the best interest of the children can provide them with a secure foundation from which to grow and develop.

Source: huffingtonpost.com, "4 Reasons Why Co-Parenting Post Divorce Matters More Than Ever", Dana Westreich Hirt, Apr. 11, 2016

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