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Co-parenting a beneficial custody agreement in Pennsylvania

Co-parenting seems to be a daunting and stressful form of child custody to many divorcing spouses. While each family and divorce is different, the benefits that result from spending quality time with both parents are undeniable. Those going through a divorce or looking to modify their child custody agreement in Pennsylvania may seek guidance from a family law professional in deciding which type would be best for their children.

Although it is impossible, in some cases, to have both parties play an equal role in the custody of their children, it is a great option for those families that are able to work it out. Co-parenting is one form that allows both parents to spend a good deal of time with their children. Throughout any custody arrangement, it is important to remember to keep the best interests of the children in mind.

Making negative comments or constantly bickering with the other party can add a great deal of stress to the children caught in the middle. These things can cause them to not feel safe with the other parent. Listening to one's children's desires and feelings can help a parent know what they are thinking and how to better meet their needs.

Whether one's child sees his or her other parent every week or once a year, it is important to remember to respect the child's relationship with the other parent. If it is possible to work together and share nearly equal custody, parents may want to work this into their child custody agreement and remember the benefits it has for their children. Those in Pennsylvania seeking to know more about divorce and child custody can contact a professional in the family law field for assistance.

Source: popsugar.com, "5 Things Children of Divorce Don't Want to Deal With", Laura Lifshitz, Apr. 29, 2016

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