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Child custody cases can be difficult for Florida parents

On Behalf of | Nov 26, 2013 | Firm News |

Although divorce for Florida couples is the ending of a particular part of one’s life, it needs to be remembered that divorce is also about a new beginning. When parents are sharing the custody of their children, situations can prove to be difficult. Though divorce can be a stressful time for children, when parents put effort into doing what’s best for them in the child custody case, the outcome can be much better.

A judge’s ruling is often better than the rash decisions many parents would consider making. Sometimes the judge’s decision for child custody can seem unfair at certain times, but accepting things as they are can help eliminate feelings of bitterness. This being said, if one parent receives minimal visits with the child after the child custody hearing, they should still continue to be the best parent they can be for their children.

Relaxation can go a long way for the parent who has the child the majority of the time. Every parent likely knows that the job alone can be stressful, but taking time to relax and reevaluate things can minimize the stress. Although there are some items that can be upsetting when it comes to the other parent — such as failure to pay child support or having their designated visitation time — it could prove best to save it for the courtroom.

It is no surprise that the transition one receives in a Florida child custody hearing might be stressful at times, but with the right guidance, it doesn’t have to be. The goal for the children is probably to have their parents get along throughout their childhood. While this is not always the reality, being knowledgeable on the state’s laws surrounding child custody can be beneficial to a pleasant outcome.

Source: Huffington Post, When Co-Parenting Is Difficult, Dr. Peggy Kruger Tietz, Nov. 18, 2013

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