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How to approach the topic of divorce with your kids

Having children is often the highlight of many Arizona residents' lives. Though you and most other parents would avoid having anything hurt your child in any way, you know that some upsets are unavoidable. For instance, you and the other parent have decided to end your marriage, and you know that your children may feel distraught over this turn of events.

Ways you can make co-parenting with a difficult ex-spouse work

While you cannot control how other people react to things or what they do, you can take steps that will ensure you are not contributing to conflict. This may be an important thing for you to remember, especially if you will be co-parenting with a difficult former spouse. You may not be the source of the issues, but you can do things that will diffuse tension. 

Is your ex planning to relocate with the kids?

As difficult as it may have been to go through a breakup and subsequent custody dispute, you may have had hopes that you and your ex would eventually fall into a parenting routine that would become a natural part of your lives. Perhaps you even had a year or more of relatively conflict-free custody arrangements, and you felt you and your ex were making the best of an imperfect situation.

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