Tips for Effective Parenting During the Divorce Process in Illinois

Going through a divorce is among the most difficult situations a person can endure. While this is true with adults, the impact on a child can last even longer. This is especially the case in high-conflict divorces, which often lead to children experiencing more hardship as they adjust to post-divorce life.  Whether you are able to reasonably co-exist and work with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, or you cannot stand the sight of them and likely face a prolonged court battle, it is essential to focus on the needs of any children you share. Here are a few tips that will help make their adjustment (and yours) easier: Do Not Argue in Front of Your Children Even divorces in which spouses collaborate in creating their divorce agreement involve the occasional argument, especially during child visitation exchanges. Whether it is in person or over the phone, do not fight with your ex within sight or earshot of your children. During this time, it is best to limit your conversations…

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