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An overview of child custody laws in Tennessee

Separating from the other parent of your children will likely mean that you'll both have to figure out a way to share custody. If you have an amicable relationship with your ex, this might be relatively simple. In this case, you would be able to work together to create a routine for your child that is in harmony with both of your schedules.

Help your child with their relationship with your ex

Dealing with their parents' divorce is something that's challenging for most children. They might worry about how they will be able to spend time with both adults. While this is easy in some cases, there are instances in which one parent might not be around as much as they'd like. This can make the situation difficult for children who were accustomed to having both parents around a lot.

Custody considerations for medically complex children

Children who are medically complex and those who have special needs often count on their parents to care for them. When both parents live in the same home, they may be able to split the responsibilities. If the parents go through a divorce, coming up with a parenting plan might be a challenge. You have to think about the child's unique needs, so some of the common custody methods might not work.

Understand how child custody modifications can benefit your kids

The child custody order that governs your parenting relationship is set to work for the children at the time it is made. As the children grow and mature, their needs might change. This may necessitate a change in the parenting plan. These can't be made arbitrarily. Instead, there has to be a valid need before the court will consider a modification.

Child custody: Children can suffer if a parent is narcissistic

Child custody cases are challenging even under the best of circumstances, but when a narcissistic parent is involved, things get even more difficult. The emotional abuse the children have to endure might not be noticeable to the general public or those who are in contact with them because the narcissist will go to great lengths to ensure they appear kind and loving in public.

Decisions in parenting relationships must be based on the child

Working with your ex over child custody matters can be complicated. Each adult likely thinks they know what's best for the children, but these ideas sometimes don't work together. It's imperative that you try to make the parenting relationship as conflict-free as possible so that you can focus on raising children who can thrive.

Communication standards can be in your parenting plan

Going through a divorce when you have children means that you aren't actually going to be able to just avoid your ex forever. Instead, you're going to have to work as a team to raise the children. Setting up a positive foundation for the future is beneficial. You can do this by developing a respectful parenting relationship during the divorce.

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