The Affects of Divorce on Children
Experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorneys
Facing a divorce with children involved can become a highly emotional situation. If you and your spouse are seeking a traditional divorce, and your children are witnessing the two of you fighting or talking badly about one another over the phone with your lawyer, your children are going to be bewildered, confused and scared. For the sake of your children, if possible, it is best to try and keep the details of your divorce hidden and try to keep in good terms with your ex-spouse. If this can be accomplished, instead of a drawn-out, stressful traditional divorce, divorce mediation may be a better option. Research has shown that if both parents of the child keep the children outside of their conflict and stay on good terms with one another that the children will fare the best. Because of this finding, some states actually require divorcing couples to speak with a divorce mediator in hopes of preventing the divorce to turn into a war.
At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our experienced, seasoned New Jersey divorce mediators understand the difficulty of going through a divorce and will work with you and your spouse to reach an agreement while keeping the best interests of your children in mind. Our law firm has been in courts throughout the state of New Jersey and has decades of experience in family law. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our highly skilled Union County divorce mediators today by calling our 24/7 hotline at 732-383-6242.
Posted on April 1, 2013, in Articles and tagged Divorce and Children, Divorce Mediation in New Jersey, Divorce Mediation Process, New Jersey Divorce Attorneys, New Jersey Divorce Mediators, Union County Divorce Mediators. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.