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Getting custody without harming the children

Divorce is often hard on children. Parents who are going through a divorce in Kansas likely want to do whatever they can to make the divorcing process easier on their children. This can be a challenge, especially when parents are battling over who will get the custody of their kids. The goal is to prove that one deserves custody without dragging their spouse through the mud and without getting the children stuck in the middle.

If the issue of custody is not handled well, children could be left with emotional damage that may be with them for the rest of their lives. This means that although parents may have built-up frustration against their ex-spouse, they should not use their children as a way to try to hurt their ex-partner.

With many child custody agreements, the initial goal is to split custody 50-50 between both parents. However, certain circumstances may make it clear that it is in the child's best interest to be under the custody of one parent or the other. In some cases, one parent feels that the children would be better spending more time with them; in these circumstances, a traditional divorce can end up with a lengthy court trial.

Parents may be able to avoid the unnecessary pain and heartache that extended custody battles cause children by putting their child's needs first. If children are old enough, it is wise to get their input. The goal is to create a healthy environment that will be conducive to the child's long-term emotional well-being.

A family law attorney may be able to help a divorcing parent by representing him or her in child custody hearings. An attorney might help a parent argue for why they are fit as a parent and why having custody is in the best interest of the child.

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