As summer vacation season winds down, a lot of marital problems come to a head as the school year begins. Parents are often conflicted as to whether the beginning of a school year is the right time to dissolve a marriage. Deciding to divorce your spouse is a very personal decision. Below are a few suggestions on how to draft a co-parenting plan that is in the best interest of your child.
- Attend Parent Teacher Conference as Team. This shows schools that although a marriage conflict exist at home, you are both trying to put differences aside for the well being of your child.
- On the first day of school, parents need to think of themselves as a team. If one parent cannot attend an event, have the other parent take pictures. These milestones are remembered for a lifetime.
- Discuss Guidelines and Co-Parenting Plans: If you and your spouse can come up with comparable rules regarding homework and general school year rules, your child should have a well -rounded school year without any educational surprises for you or for your ex.
- Create the perfect co-parenting plan with Hayes Legal Solutions, PLLC. Call us at 405-635-5578 to set up a consult.
Things to Think about Contemplating Divorce Before School Starts.
- Will my kids do better in a house without arguments?
- Could my spouse and I be better co-parents than spouses?
- School Can serve as a distraction for what is going on at home, for the kids.
If you need help determining if you are ready for a divorce consult, reach out to Hayes Legal Solutions, PLLC