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Differing parenting styles can make custody decisions tough

If you are in the throes of divorce, setting up your child custody arrangements can seem like it's a nightmare that never ends. After all, if you were able to agree with your spouse on important issues like how to raise the kids, you might not have wound up in divorce court to begin with.

Are you prepared financially and emotionally for divorce?

When you are a parent facing divorce, you have different challenges ahead than couples who divorce but have no children. Not only do you have to manage the plethora of emotions that you experience with your divorce, but you also have to be able to defuse your children's often fluctuating emotions regarding the split.

Mediation may keep you out of the courtroom

Mediation is an excellent way to work through disputes during your divorce without having to go to court. If you and your spouse have both agreed that you want to keep your divorce as private as possible and avoid going to trial, then mediation is one option that may help you.

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