Divorce is hard on parents. But divorce can be crushing for children. To make matters worse, the typical divorce is an adversarial process with too much conflict and hostility. But it doesn't have to be that way. Parents can choose to take a more civil approach toward each other, and their divorce. Professional divorce mediation is just that approach, and it can produce better outcomes for both parents and their children.
How each parent will share in the custody of their children is a very important decision. Child custody impacts how decisions affecting your children will be made. Child custody should be decided with the needs of your children as your primary focus.
In a divorce, who will pay child support, and how much? It will depend on the circumstances surrounding your divorce. How will child custody be held? What are the Incomes of each parent? Are there children from prior marriages?
Marriages do end, but the parent-child relationship should not. Children naturally want to be with their parents. Co-parenting is parenting as a team, even though you are divorced.
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