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How can I help my kids address their emotions during a divorce?

Children often have complex emotions when they find out that their parents are going to divorce. It's often tough for them to express themselves, especially when they are younger. Finding ways to help them express their feelings can be challenging because you might not know exactly what they are thinking.

Parenting plans for teens have unique challenges

While many people focus on child custody with younger children, there are some parents who don't divorce until their kids are teenagers. Handling custody arrangements for this type of situation is going to be much different than taking care of ones that involve younger children. One of the most challenging aspects of this type of parenting plan scheduling is that teens usually have many activities that include social, academic and extracurricular events.

Custody challenges for medically fragile children

Determining child custody arrangements can be difficult for all children, but when parents have a medically fragile child things get much more complicated. With children who have medical challenges, they often can't be subjected to the same custody terms as their other siblings. This means that the parents can't rely on the normal ways of handling child custody.

Creative solutions might help to resolve child custody cases

Your parenting plan is the document that you should turn to when you have questions about what rights and responsibilities you and your ex each have for your children. This plan isn't always easy to understand but you should do your best so that you can ensure you are always compliant with the terms. We know that you might want to have some say in how the plan is set up. We can work with you to make your wishes are known.

When a co-parent routinely violates child custody orders

You probably do not need anyone to tell you that it can be complicated to divorce with young children. Once you and your ex have completed the process and put child custody orders into place, you might think your troubles are over. In many cases, this is true, but other times, one or both parents continue to experience complications.

Know the terms of your parenting plan to remain compliant

Knowing the contents of your child custody order can save you a lot of time down the road. There are different things that you need to check out in the agreement. One of these is the schedule that the children will follow. Normally, there is a general schedule that you will follow most of the year. There is also other information about holidays and special days. All of these should be followed exactly as they are written.

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