It can be difficult for the adults in a divorce to cope with the changes that are happening. It might be even more challenging for the children to handle it. If you are bidding adieu to your marriage, you need to think about what is going to happen with the children. This might be a contentious issue since you and your ex might both want the kids to live with you. We are here to help you work through these matters so that your children are able to enjoy stability as soon as possible.
Many parents choose to set a temporary agreement for the kids, so they can get used to the schedule. A long-term agreement is handled during the divorce proceedings. This long-term one can be the same as the short-term one, but you can also change the necessary points if you find there are aspects that aren't working.
We know that you might have some questions about what it possible. The fact here is that the arrangement you choose has to be based on what is in the child's best interests. Sometimes, standard custody terms work, but creative options are necessary in others. If you need a creative solution, we can try to work out something that is agreeable to you and your ex.
Remember that you have to set the child custody agreement based on what your kids need now. You can always modify the agreement as the child gets older and their needs change. This gives you full flexibility as long as you can work with your ex.