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The divorce takes its toll on everyone, but children are the most vulnerable to the attendant stress and confusion. While you have made the difficult decision that you need a divorce, your children have no say in the matter and have no way to frame the changes they’re experiencing. If you’re moving forward toward divorce, taking the time to carefully address your children’s needs and concerns can help abate the confusion they experience and can help set the course for a smoother transition.
Working closely with a skilled and compassionate Aurora divorce attorney can help you make the right decisions for you and your children moving forward – while protecting your financial and parental rights.
A recent article in Psychology Today explores the role that major change, such as divorce, has on children, and the upshot is that it can be overwhelming. Consider the following key issues:
While the change in our lives is inevitable, divorce can come as a crushing blow – especially to the children involved – which makes addressing the matter head-on key.
The Cleveland Clinic shares some important steps you can take to help your children cope with divorce-related confusion and help them transition into what will become their new normal, including:
An important point to make here is that staying together for the sake of your children is unlikely to provide them with the sure footing they crave. In order to be there for your children, you have to be there for yourself, and if you need a divorce, it’s important to continue moving forward with purpose – while prioritizing your children’s ongoing happiness and well-being.
Chris Little at CNL Law Firm, PLLC, in Aurora, Centennial, Cherry Hills, Greenwood, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Littleton, and Lone Tree is a focused divorce attorney who has the legal insight and skill to help you and your children through this challenging transition. We skillfully advocate for divorce terms that protect your rights. Learn more by contacting us online or calling us at (720) 370-2171 today.