Separation or divorce from your spouse can leave you upset and confused, it's easy to let anger or guilt take over and get in the way of doing the right thing by your Children. Talking things through with someone who can be sympathetic and has a clear head, such as close friends, family or even perhaps a professional family mediator, will help you to see the bigger picture and help you to address the immediate issue of arranging access for the other parent to see the children
You'll need to agree on the following below:
• When and where and how often your children will visit
• Make arrangements for how the non-custodial parent living apart can stay in touch in between visits
• How you and your ex are going to handle and settle any disputes in future so
For the sake of confidence and self-esteem, your children need to see that you and your ex continue to care for them and you both contribute to their everyday lives. Parental Alienation leads to long term negative effects on the development of young children. Divorce lawyers will then need to be engaged in order for you and your ex to come to agreement on access.
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