Ever since you and your spouse began talking about divorce, chances are your children have been your greatest concern. You or your spouse might have postponed the decision to seek a dissolution of marriage because of concern about the impact on your children. Now that the time has come, you might still have doubts about whether your children will be all right after the divorce.
Remember that you have been making wise and loving decisions for your children since they were born. You've always done your best to see that they had everything they really needed. You loved them and protected them. This won't change simply because you are going through your divorce. You were a good parent before the divorce and you will be a good parent after the divorce.
It can be difficult not to worry about how the sharing of your parenting time with your spouse will affect your children. YOu may also have fears about being cut out of your children's life. Try to remember, it is likely that the court order will not only give you a lot of time with your children but also a generous opportunity to be involved in their day-to-day lives.
With the help of the Law Offices of Lisa P. Kirby, you can make sound decisions regarding a parenting plan and time sharing schedule that is in the best interest of your children.