Ending a marriage can be a complex and emotionally challenging process for two parents, and it can be equally challenging for the youngest members of the family as well. North Carolina parents typically strive to do everything they can to shield the interests of their children above everything else, and one way they do this is by keeping the kids as the center of their divorce. A child-centered divorce is more likely to result in terms that will benefit the kids long-term.
Parents who are focused on the needs of their kids above all else during their divorce are more likely to come to reasonable terms that will be beneficial and satisfactory to every member of the family. Some of the ways parents can have a child-focused divorce include:
These steps may result in a final order that will protect the best interests of the kids and provide long-term security.
The needs of the children and their peace of mind should be the primary concern in any custody agreement. North Carolina parents may find it beneficial to set aside their own temporary emotions and focus on the best needs of the kids above everything else. A child-focused divorce may result in happier, more stable kids.
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Attorney Mike Lassiter grew up in Statesville, makes his living serving the people of Statesville and published a book capturing the changing landscape of small town life across North Carolina and Iredell County. His keen sense of history, dedication to the area and 30 years of legal experience make him an ideal attorney for your legal needs.
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