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Managing your child custody desires and your career

When you decide to divorce your spouse in Pennsylvania, the thought of continuing to do anything together, let alone working together to raise your children, may seem impossible. However, if the two of you have shared children together, chances are you desire to remain an integral part of your children’s lives despite the undeniable changes in your family’s dynamic. 

Managing a career on top of fighting for a fair child custody arrangement is doable and your awareness may help you to make impactful decisions to lead to a beneficial outcome for everyone. Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that you have the chance to make all interactions with your children meaningful and memorable. Even if you are unable to spend as much time as you once were with your children, being intentional about the time you do have with them can help them to feel your love and desire to be part of their lives. Respect the other parent’s role, refrain from bashing the other parent at all costs, etc. 

According to Forbes, if you recognize that your career will not allow you to take care of your children immediately after they get out of school or throughout the day, start right away to make alternative arrangements so you can have peace of mind that your children are well cared for when you are not around. Maintain flexibility, but also try to agree upon some critical aspects of parenting with your ex to provide consistency for your children. Allow yourself some flexibility in scheduling and set boundaries so you can be involved without overexerting yourself. 

When you understand the importance of putting your children first and are committed to finding a healthy balance between being a single parent and maintaining your career, you may be more effective in both areas of your life. For more information about custody and visitation, or about general family law issues, visit our web page. 

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