When parents get divorced, children often feel sad, anxious and sometimes, angry. If your children are young, they may have a hard time understanding what is happening. You likely are experiencing feelings of guilt and concern. You want what is best for your children, and you want to make the transition as easy as possible.
Creating a child custody plan that focuses on your children’s needs and avoids conflict between you and your ex can help ease the transition. Here are some ways to create a shared custody arrangement that can work well for both you and your children.