Making the decision to file for divorce is difficult, but it can be necessary if there are problems the couple can’t overcome. However, when there are children involved with your divorce, it can be even more difficult. Parents separating can be a child’s worst nightmare, making it difficult to adjust. It is up to the parents to make this entire process easier so their children can grow into well adjusted adults who know that both their parents loved them enough to do what was best for them, even if they didn’t get along with each other. Learn about Children and Divorce!
- The Third International Conference had various Doctors speak on their views of why shared parenting is the best alternative way of raising children.
- Psychological factors are relevant in children who are raised in split parent homes.
- Children’s feeling need to be looked at and reviewed to see what the best interest is of each child in each case.
“Any shared parenting legislation should provide for the financing of post-court family counseling services, which in one way or another can replace the funds currently used for custody evaluations”
Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/co-parenting-after-divorce/201706/understanding-children-s-best-interests-in-divorce