Having a preschool aged child is a lot of work. Getting divorced when you have a preschooler presents even more challenges. This article will help parents make compassionate choices when dealing with their preschooler’s pre-divorce angst and when making child custody determinations.
When you are working on your child custody plans, it is important to know that virtually all experts agree that children do best when:
(a) their parents get along well; and
(b) the children feel that they are being parented together by both mom and dad, as a team.
The Internal Revenue Code has changed as of December 22, 2017. For up-to-date information about child related tax benefits, see this video.
Spending uninterrupted time with your child or children after a divorce can be the only thing that feels right in the aftermath of a divorce. Though divorce is not recommended, it often wakes parents up to the idea that time with their children is precious and that their children's youth is fleeting.