Getting divorced is tricky at the best of times, but things are even more complicated when one partner is dealing with a substance abuse issue. You might wonder how your partner's problem will affect issues like child custody, division of assets and more, and finding answers can be hard. Getting informed before divorce proceedings begin will help you to make the right decisions and achieve the best possible outcome. Keep reading for an explanation of the key issues that tend to arise when divorcing a partner due to substance abuse.
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Divorce is never an easy time for an adult, but it is doubly confusing to a child. Unfortunately, my marriage did not last forever, but I am turning that negative into a positive for others. I want to fill my blog with uplifting tips to help children through this difficult change in their lives. I will include topics such as custodial visits, getting along with both parents, and learning how to live in two households. Divorce does not have to be a negative, scary issue for your children. Teach them how to embrace this change and get on with their lives without fear or anxiety.