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The importance of a co-parenting agreement

There is little question that divorce can be especially hard on children. Texas parents want the best for their children during such a difficult time, but it can be difficult to make that happen. It is common for parents to lose trust in each other and be less willing to work together during a divorce, especially if the proceedings are contentious. A detailed co-parenting agreement can help to provide stability and predictability for both parents and children as they adapt to the new normal after the split.

Child exchanges can become dangerous

There are many Texas divorced parents who are able to amicably carry out their existing custody and visitation arrangements. However, there are also cases where parents allow their emotions to run high, potentially causing them to put themselves, the other parent or even their children in danger.

Staying out of the courtroom with a collaborative divorce

Someone in Texas who is preparing to divorce their spouse might envision difficult courtroom battles and a bitter legal process ahead. However, not all separations have to be this way. Collaborative divorce is a method of problem solving and negotiation outside of the courtroom.

Emotions drive divorce but cool head needed

Couples in Texas strained by the emotional and financial challenges of the holiday season often create a spike in divorce filings at the beginning of a new year. The president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers has noted that every January produces a jump in divorce actions by 25 percent to 30 percent. He advised people not to initiate a divorce in a fit of anger but to consider the split from an intellectual position.

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