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Child custody and visitation can impact children emotionally

Battling over the family home and alimony is not uncommon during divorce proceedings in New York. However, for parents with young children, dealing with the ins and outs of child custody and visitation can be particularly challenging. They may especially be concerned about protecting their children emotionally during such a tumultuous time. Here are a couple of steps they can take to achieve this during the marital breakup process.

Child custody and visitation dispute may spark range of emotions

When two people in New York go through divorce, they may naturally feel angry, sad and frustrated. If they have young children together, their children may feel the same way as well, especially if they feel caught in the middle of a child custody and visitation dispute. However, divorcing parents can make the divorce process easier on the children in a couple of ways.

Perception over child custody and visitation is changing

When New York parents make the decision to divorce, they are likely quite concerned with how this decision will affect their children. Most parents want what is best for the youngest members of the family and strive to make smart child custody and visitation decisions, but this is not always easy. For many families, joint custody is now the preference as it gives children equitable access to both parents.

TRAVELING ABROAD WITH CHILDREN AFTER A DIVORCE: TIPS AND PITFALLS

With summer approaching in New York, many parents have begun planning vacations for when their children are off from school. However, when the parents in question are in the middle of or previously were involved in divorce and/or custody litigation, traveling with children can be a complex issue. Specifically, traveling abroad with your child can be a challenge under New York law where the parents don't agree. Due to fear regarding children being abducted to foreign countries by their parents, there are certain rules and regulations with respect to children traveling outside of the United States.

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