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Parents in New Jersey should consider the children in a divorce

Divorce can be a very unstable time in a child's life, so it is very important that the parents of the child make sure to keep the best interests of the child in mind when they are navigating their way through this process. This can be a very difficult task to accomplish, but if done right, this can ensure that the divorce is not more painful for the child than it has to be. Here are a few items that New Jersey parents should remember when they are divorcing and have children.

Parents need to remember to explain to their children what is going on, but not to cast blame on the other parent. One of the worst things that can happen is the child not knowing who to believe and who "caused" the divorce. Though parents should put what is happening in simple terms, and can even say why it is happening in a broad sense, no parent should ever be labeled as the bad guy.

Another point to remember is that communication is a must when it comes to the child. Children should never be used as a go-between, but instead should be shown love and affection from both parents if possible. Children should never feel as if there is a need for them to side with one parent. They should know that they have the same attention from their parents that they have always had.

Divorce isn't always an easy process; however, many New Jersey families go through it every year and turn out fine. Problems can arise when couples try to work things out on their own and find out too late that they cannot. It helps to learn one's rights and responsibilities when beginning the divorce process. Especially when children are involved, it is important to show respect for one another and communicate.

Source: auburnpub.com, Moran: Divorcing parents should be clear, loving with children, Katie Moran, Oct. 30, 2013

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