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Handle matters individually when it comes to your divorce

There are many things that you have to work out with your ex when you are going through a divorce. These can include everything from who is going to keep which vehicle to when the children will spend time with each parent. Throughout all of these matters, you will try to get what meets your needs and your ex will try to get what meets his or her needs. We understand how challenging this can be when you are under so much stress and so emotionally raw.

One thing to remember as you are working through these matters is that everything has to be considered individually. You can't try to tie the property division settlement into the child custody case. You can't try to include alimony and child support in the same discussions. Taking things category by category can help you to ensure that you are focusing only on the matter at hand.

You might find that traditional agreements aren't working for your case. We can help you find customized and creative solutions to these matters. These solutions take the unique circumstances of your case into account so that you aren't trying to shoehorn unsuitable solutions into your situation.

When it comes to child custody matters, you need to make sure that you aren't putting your needs first but that you are focusing on the child's needs. This can also be challenging since each parent might have their own ideas about what is best for the kids. This is when working together is necessary, but you shouldn't allow yourself to be railroaded into accepting solutions you don't feel are suitable.

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