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A collaborative divorce process could pay off

The stereotypical Texas divorce may be one of two parties who cannot stand each other, argue incessantly and use their children as leverage to get back at the other spouse. And while, sadly, this is true for some families in the divorce process, it doesn't have to be the reality for all. Although it may require calling in some professional help, a collaborative divorce is possible. The benefits to the couple are immeasurable, but the children are often the biggest winners.

Coparenting with a difficult ex-spouse

Divorced parents in Texas do not have to agree on every aspect of co-parenting to do it effectively. However, in some situations, one parent may be toxic and try to use the co-parenting relationship to manipulate the other parent. This can make a difficult situation even harder, but there are steps a parent can take to manage it.

How to stay in touch with children after a divorce

After the difficult process of a divorce, a parent and child may sometimes face the additional challenge of the parent having to move a long distance away. When this happens, the parent may worry about how to maintain the relationship. Parents can keep in touch with their children and their lives in a number of different ways while ensuring that their visits remain high-quality even if they do not happen as often.

How to determine a visitation schedule for infants

A schedule for child custody and visitation is something most parents in Texas must create if they are getting a divorce, but they may encounter some additional challenges if their child is still an infant. The purpose of visitation with infants is to ensure that the child bonds with the noncustodial parent. This can usually be done with visits of half an hour several times per week.

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