EASTON, MA – 12 December, 2023 – Farias Family Law, P.C, a leading name in Divorce and Family Law, has released an insightful article titled “What should I know if I have younger children and I’m getting divorced?” This comprehensive piece aims to guide parents navigating the complexities of divorce while considering the unique challenges posed by having young children. Farias Family Law, P.C recognizes the importance of providing valuable information to empower parents during this difficult time.
Divorcing with children introduces a set of challenges that require careful consideration. The recently published article delves into various aspects of parenting during divorce, including parenting time, the significance of well-structured parenting plans, details about child support, and other pertinent information.
According to the article, unless there’s domestic abuse, divorcing parents must prioritize setting aside disagreements. The guidance emphasizes the crucial role of fostering strong connections between children and both parents, tailored to the age-specific needs of the children involved.
The article particularly highlights considerations for infants, recommending shorter and more frequent interactions with the non-custodial parent. Recognizing the vulnerability of infants to emotional and developmental harm during extended separation, this is the approach most commonly taken by the courts.
Farias Family Law, P.C emphasizes the substantial impact of the co-parenting relationship on the psychological and emotional development of children. The article underscores the importance of maintaining an amicable co-parenting relationship to mitigate potential negative effects on children, such as heightened aggression, withdrawal, and difficulty regulating emotions.
Communication is a recurring theme in the article, stressing its pivotal role in the well-being of children. Practical suggestions include refraining from involving children in conflicts, utilizing communication apps and overall, prioritizing healthy communication practices.
Lastly, the article sheds light on the determination of child support in divorce, outlining factors such as parenting arrangement, gross incomes, health insurance, daycare expenses, and existing support obligations. Farias Family Law, P.C provides insights into the intricacies of child support calculations, including scenarios with joint custody.
Farias Family Law, P.C encourages readers to share their comments and questions as they remain committed to enhancing the quality of content and tools for those seeking family law information.
About Farias Family Law, P.C:
Farias Family Law, P.C, led by Attorney Bill Farias, is redefining the practice of Divorce and Family Law. They provide client-centered and creative family law solutions and are committed to excellence and deliver the highest quality service and representation. They promise to be transparent with clients and treat them as valuable team members so they can accurately assess their circumstances and make the best decisions for themselves and their families. They strive to help clients emerge from their family law experience stronger and more resilient than they were before. Specializing in divorce, alimony, property division, child support, child custody and visitation, modifications, and contempts, Farias Family Law, P.C operates in Norfolk, Plymouth, and Bristol counties in MA, with offices in Easton, Fall River, and Norwood.
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Bill Farias, Esq.
Farias Family Law, P.C