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Mediation can reduce your child's divorce stress

Divorce takes a heavy toll on every member of the family being dissolved. The adults are probably both dealing with pain, anger, and even feelings of betrayal and failure. The children of the marriage are probably quite scared about the future as well. Divorce can be particularly difficult for children to process, as they may think they are to blame or worry about picking sides.

Divorce mediation can help settle delicate divorces

Marriages of all kinds can come to an end, no matter where the couple may be from or what community they may be a part of. When a marriage comes to an end for a couple that is involved in a church community or has a family that devoutly practices their faith, the expectations and desires of the others surrounding the couple can make it difficult to think clearly. Even for couples who are attempting to dissolve their marriages amicably, these external pressures can be difficult to navigate.

5 critical ways a child's needs have to be considered in custody cases

Nothing is more important during a child custody case than the child's own needs. They have to come ahead of either parent's desires. If not addressed properly, divorce can have a huge impact on a child's future and his or her emotional well-being. If you're going through a custody case, there are five critical things you must remember.

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