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Looking out for the children caught in Georgia divorce

On Behalf of | Jun 6, 2014 | Divorce |

What exactly is a co-parenting plan that is drafted during a divorce? Essentially, it is a plan that divides not only the children’s time between their parents, but also divides parental responsibilities. Due to the nature of a co-parenting plan, it requires a great deal of cooperation between the ex-spouses. Finding the best custody agreement for everyone involved after a divorce is important for families in Georgia.

As one is going through a divorce, the emotion, stress and tension of the process can become overwhelming. Regardless of one’s feelings toward his or her former spouse, it is very important to think primarily of what is best for the children. Even when a marriage is ending, couples need to continue to work together much as they would were they business partners.

Good communication between parents makes the transition easier for the children. For example, when parents agree to adhering to the same rules, this can prevent children from attempting to play one parent against the other. Presenting a united front to children often proves to be one of the best things that divorced parents can do for both their relationship with each other and their relationships with their children.

Choosing to take the high road and work with each other can be a challenge for many couples going through the divorce process. For parents in Georgia who are considering filing for divorce, help with drafting a co-parenting plan or any divorce-related issue is available. By gaining a thorough understanding of the various types of agreements and what they entail, a couple can make the best decisions for their children’s futures.

Source: The Huffington Post, “11 Things All Divorced Parents Need To Hear“, Brittany Wong, May 21, 2014


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