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Here's What Parents Should Know About Minimizing The Impacts of Divorce - From A Divorce Attorney Who Represents The Kids

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Jan 17, 2023

Once again, I always urge people to seek the processes of mediation and collaborative divorce, not only for a more holistic approach to their dissolution of their marriage, but to save their children and family from the severe impacts of a litigated divorce.  The collaborative process includes a mental health professional who acts as a family specialist to help a family sort through the issues regarding their children, custody and parenting time.

This article also speaks about how this attorney represents children and gives them a voice in the court system.  What I would suggest to you is that having to put your children in the hands of an attorney to begin with is in and of itself a traumatic experience for a child.  If you really want to consider avoiding the impacts of divorce on your children, you need to think of the alternative dispute resolutions of mediation and divorce that will protect children from the traumas of divorce. 

Selected excerpt(s) and linked article courtesy of Kelly Burch, Insider(dot)com
Royalty-free photo courtesy of Pixabay

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