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Child custody agreements will affect New Jersey households

When New Jersey residents go through divorce, they may find themselves needing assistance in various aspects of their lives. They may utilize legal counsel in order to work through the divorce process, and they may lean on family and friends for emotional support. When it comes to child custody, the situation can be especially emotional, but parents may want to ensure that they are not overburdening their children.

Going from a two-parent household to a one-parent household can be difficult. Parents may find themselves asking their children for assistance with matters that they may not have previously asked. While children can be helpful during the process, parents may want to ensure that they are not placing responsibilities on their children that would be better handled by an adult. 

Parents will likely want their children to continue to be children though they have faced a possibly difficult situation with their parents' divorce. Therefore, in addition to not giving their children too much responsibility, parents may want to work toward creating healthy environments for their children. Settling the terms of child custody agreements can be the beginning of creating such environments. 

Child custody proceedings may be a considerable concern for New Jersey parents. By wanting the best for their children, they may want to better understand how custody agreements can affect the children and what terms may be beneficial in creating healthy relationships. Information on co-parenting, custody terms, modifications and other related aspects that may affect children could help concerned parents determine the best avenues to pursue.

Source: The Huffington Post, "10 Key Questions for Caring Co-Parents to Support the Kids You Love!", Rosalind Sedacca, July 6, 2015

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