Clients who consult with our Greensboro divorce attorneys often have questions about the best way to help their kids navigate the changes that come with the separation and divorce of their parents. First and foremost, we always recommend that parents seek the assistance of a qualified counselor who has expertise in the area of supporting children through difficult life transitions. These counselors can also advise parents on the best way to explain the changes to the children in an age-appropriate way. Parents looking for additional support may consider seeking a counselor of their own or utilizing some of the resources that are available to them. For example, there are numerous children’s books designed to explain divorce to young children and to reassure them that they are still loved and cared for. A simple Google search can provide a number of recommendations for both adults and children. Most importantly, our Greensboro divorce attorneys recommend shielding your children from the conflict that is likely occurring between the spouses. Keep arguments and disagreements private and make the best interests of your children top priority.
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