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Discussing divorce during back-to-school season

On Behalf of | Aug 4, 2017 | High Asset Divorce |

When it comes to talking with children about divorce, parents may encounter challenges regardless of the time of year. Often, it can be difficult to try explaining what is happening to children who may disapprove of their parents’ decision. Having said that, there are times when this situation can be more difficult, such as back-to-school season. At Fried and Fried, we understand how important it is for parents who have decided to terminate their marriage to do what they can to minimize the emotional impact divorce has on their children.

When speaking to your child about your divorce, you should try to see the issue from their point of view. If you are understanding and answer their questions appropriately, you may be able to make this experience easier for them. Also, you should try to be mindful of some of the hurdles they may be dealing with, such as trying to adjust to their new schedule or running into other types of problems at school.

With divorce, thorough preparation and going over all options is paramount. By doing so, you may be able to secure an outcome that is more favorable for you as well as your child. If you are trying to buy school clothes or supplies and feel overwhelmed by some of your responsibilities with school season starting again, it is particularly important to make sure that you remain committed to working through the divorce process correctly.

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