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Child custody: Staying together for the sake of the kids

Couples in Georgia and elsewhere may place a great deal of thought into the process of ending a marriage, especially if children are involved. Parents generally consider the needs of their kids to be of the utmost importance during divorce. When considering the available options for child custody, some parents may even stop to wonder if staying together for the sake of the kids may be a viable option.

There are numerous scenarios in which a parent might consider this to be a potential option. One may believe it is better for everyone involved to attempt to keep the family intact, or that the end of a marriage could be difficult on the kids. Although parents might come to a similar conclusion with the best of intentions, if they are unable to get along, remaining together solely for the kids can prove more and more challenging as time passes.

Kids may not fully understand the concept of divorce, but they might be able to tell when their parents are unhappy. Attempting to remain in a relationship that is no longer functional could lead to constant disagreements and arguments, which can have a detrimental impact on children. While it may be difficult to see at first, in some cases, a divorce may actually be the healthiest choice for everyone.

When facing divorce, a parent may wish to explore every available option regarding the future well-being of his or her kids. Since the process can be stressful and intimidating, a parent could speak with a family law attorney for advice in covering every aspect of divorce, including child custody. By obtaining guidance early on, a parent in Georgia could become better prepared to pursue the best outcome possible regarding the future of his or her kids during divorce proceedings.

Source: huffingtonpost.com, "Should You Put Off Divorce for the Sake of the Children?", Vikki Ziegler, Nov. 1, 2017

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