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Child custody decisions have to be made for the children

Your child is your priority. He or she is also your ex's priority. Now, you and your ex have to work together to figure out a plan for how your child can build a meaningful relationship with both parents since you will no longer be living in the same home. This is an aspect of divorce that many parents find difficult to handle.

Know how domestic violence might impact a divorce

Domestic violence is something that nobody thinks will occur when they embark upon a new relationship. While arguments are bound to happen at some point in a relationship, things might go south if the argument gets a bit out of hand. If you are involved in a divorce that is the result of domestic violence, there are a few things that you need to know.

Domestic violence might not be noticeable but it is very serious

Domestic violence often makes headlines when a victim is pummeled beyond recognition or when the victim is killed. The media doesn't tend to cover cases that don't involve horrible disfigurement or serious injuries. The fact of the matter is that all domestic violence cases should be taken seriously, even when there aren't any outward signs that the abuse is occurring.

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