The intended outcome should be to maximize parenting time for both parents. Even so, one parent is typically designated as the primary residential parent when there is conflict. This means that the child is in their care more often. While this may lead to feelings of unfairness, you should not let your child get in the middle of that conflict. It is important to be respectful to one another in the presence or earshot of your child. Your child will watch your actions and learn from them. Your child's happiness, health, and future depend on your actions today.
As an experienced litigation attorney and a certified mediator, Ms. Turner can guide your family through difficult and emotional conversations. You and your ex will depend on one another to make the right choices for your child and comply with the parenting time agreement. Finding peaceful child custody solutions can be invaluable to effectively working with your ex after divorce.
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