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Coparenting after a divorce

Connecticut parents who get divorced know that they must still find a way to work together for the benefit of their joint children. This is definitely a task that can be easier said than done. However, with the right level of consciousness and focus on the children's needs first, it can be done positively for all involved.

Can you relocate with your kids after your divorce?

Despite the initial struggles that you may experience following your divorce in Southport, life will go on. Part of the process of moving on might involve the opportunity to relocate. However, your having custody of your children can complicate matters, as a move would no do doubt impact your ex-spouse's custody or visitation arrangements. How, then, are you able to make such a move happen? 

Understanding child custody laws

As countless Connecticut residents going through divorce are aware, the process can present seemingly endless obstacles. This is especially true for ex-spouses with children. While a child's best interest is generally top priority in child custody arrangements, the details of these laws can vary from state to state.

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