As you move forward with the divorce process, it's only natural to have some concerns about what the future will bring. For example, you may worry that you will not be able to spend as much time with your child as you would like.
Here is something you always need to remember: It's best to make decisions with your child in mind. In other words, the best interest of your child is more important than anything else.
With this in mind, you'll find it much easier to create a parenting schedule. When doing so, focus on details such as:
-- Where the child will be picked up and dropped off
-- Where the child will spend holidays and vacations
-- Where the child will spend his or her time on the weekends
-- The right of first refusal
On top of the here and now, you also need to keep one eye on the future. Child development is an important detail, so you need to be on the same page as the other parent.
At our law firm, we work with our clients to ensure that they are comfortable with their child custody arrangement. In the end, it's our goal to help our clients make the most of their relationship with their child.
When you focus on your child's future, you'll find it easier to make the right decisions during the divorce process. There is a lot to think about and many challenges that could stand in your way, but the right strategy can be the difference between success and failure.