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January 2017 Archives

Creating a parenting agreement

When Kentucky couples decide to get a divorce, they can often resolve custody disputes before heading to court. Reaching an agreement regarding custody can happen informally between the two parents or their attorneys. If this does not work, there are alternative methods for reaching an agreement, such as mediation. Ultimately, the goal is to create a parenting agreement that's in the best interest of the children.

Reducing the impact of divorce on children

Divorce negotiations in Kentucky and around the country often get heated when delicate issues such as spousal support or property division are brought up, but even spouses who really do not like one another are often able to put their differences aside when the welfare of their children is at stake. There has been a lot written about how divorce can leave children traumatized, but divorcing parents may be able to minimize these dangers if they are able to accept that they both want what is best for their children and are doing the best that they can.