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Frisco family law attorneysJanuary is often a popular time for couples to separate or divorce because many people wait until after the holidays to start the process of splitting up. If you are considering divorcing your spouse, or you have already decided to, you probably know you have a long road ahead of you. There is no perfect way to divorce, but there are some things you can do to help save you and your spouse from unnecessary stress and conflict as you end your marriage. At The Page Law Firm, we are here to help you end the year well and to assist you in resolving your family law concerns. In the spirit of ending the year well, you might wish to:

Resolve to Communicate Better

Communication is one of the most important aspects to any relationship, and it does not become less important when a couple is no longer romantically involved. In order to successfully untangle from a marriage, both spouses must be willing to talk to the other about plans for moving forward. Understandably, many individuals who are facing the end of their marriage are emotional. They may feel anger toward their spouse because of the hurtful things that happened during the marriage. Others who get divorced feel so upset that they shut down and stop communicating entirely. While these feelings are natural, refusing to cooperate with your spouse will only prolong the painful divorce process. Be willing to “be the bigger person” and work with your spouse, even if you resent him or her. You will be thankful that you did.

Resolve to Co-Parent Effectively

When you and your spouse have children together, the fact is that you will have to continue seeing and collaborating with your spouse long after the divorce. If you plan to share parental responsibilities regarding your kids, you will need to find a way to manage pick-ups and drop-offs, holiday schedules, school concerns, grandparent visitation, and other parenting tasks cooperatively. Renew your commitment to cooperating with your spouse regarding your children, regardless of what other disagreements the two of you may have.

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Collin County family law attorney parenting plan

After a divorce, the back-to-school season is an important time for you and your ex to be on the same page when it comes to co-parenting your children. Although it can sometimes be difficult to establish a routine that works for both of you, your children will appreciate having the support of both parents as they embark on a new school year that may be both exciting and uncertain due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Working Together for Your Children’s Education

As the school year begins, here are some important things for you and your ex-spouse to consider when it comes to promoting the best situation for your children’s education:

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