The Impact of Divorce on Your Children

Putting The Children First

Divorce is hard. Even when two adults approach their divorce in a logical, rational fashion, it is a difficult process to endure. Even when a person is looking forward to being single and moving on, divorce can be difficult. And adults have the benefit of emotional maturity, experience and knowledge on their side. Children do not.

What Can You Do To Protect Your Children During And After Divorce?

Being aware of the potential for divorce to harm your children is the first step. That will allow you to look at the choices you have through the lens of “How will this affect my children? What is in their best interest?”

The second step is making sure you have an attorney on your side who can help you resolve your divorce and related family law issues effectively and amicably. In Little Rock and central Arkansas, that means turning to Worsham Law Office, P.A.

We have more than three decades of experience resolving issues such as where children will live and how they will be supported. Our goal is to protect the rights of parents in a way that aligns with what is in the best interest of their children.

Your Children Are Not Leverage

It may be tempting, but the best advice we can give parents is to avoid badmouthing their child’s other parent. It may feel good in the moment, but it can have negative ramifications on your legal case and ability to co-parent after the divorce. You have nothing to gain by engaging in this behavior.

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Contact us for legal counsel you can trust on issues such as divorce, child custody and child support. Your initial consultation with a lawyer is free. You can reach our office by phone at 501-228-0668 or 501-490-9379 .