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How to parent after a divorce

Parents in Connecticut may have difficulty raising their children after a divorce. However, there are strategies that they can use to make the process easier. One tip is to focus less on creating an exact 50/50 split when it comes to time spent with the kids. Instead, parents should think of ways to create a convenient schedule that allows each ex to develop and maintain a relationship with the child.

The importance of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

As much as married couples in Connecticut may want to believe otherwise, a lot of marriages end in divorce. After all, feelings change, and as people grow older, they are liable to grow apart. As a result, plenty of couples would benefit from having a prenuptial agreement ironed out while they are both still in a good state of mind; the alternative is to wait till emotions are running hot during the divorce to make critical decisions.

Easing family stress during the holidays after a divorce

For many families in Connecticut, the holidays naturally bring a certain amount of anticipation and stress. Emotions like these can be further amplified when divorce is part of the picture, especially when children are involved. The increased transfer of kids between homes also creates more opportunities for tensions to arise, but there are certain steps that may help both parents and children enjoy the holidays after a divorce.

How parents help make divorce easier for the children

Parents of children who have gone through divorce play a pivotal role in making sure that they get through it in a healthy manner. Generally speaking, children in Connecticut and throughout the nation do better when parents focus on their needs in the immediate aftermath. One effective way to help a child after a divorce is to keep things predictable. By sticking to a consistent schedule, it can provide structure in what may otherwise be a volatile time.

How to create a parenting schedule that works for both of you

When you and your former spouse share children, deciding how to share custody is one of the more complicated issues of a divorce. However, even if your divorce was contentious, this does not have to be painful process. You can work with your ex to create a parenting plan that protects your children and fits both of your lifestyles.

Family law may be contemplating the future of frozen embryos

Connecticut couples who face the unfortunate circumstances of infertility have multiple resources available to help with the process of becoming parents. Advances in reproductive technology have allowed many of those who suffer from the inability to conceive naturally a way to still experience the joys of pregnancy and parenthood. What is concerning many family law advocates at this time is what to do with frozen embryos should the once happy couple decide to separate?

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