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How to avoid making the school year one long fight

In classrooms across Virginia, the school routine is in full swing. Your children may be making new friends, learning new things and getting comfortable with their schedules. You probably wish the same was true for the comfort level at home. If your family is still adjusting to a recent divorce, you are likely facing common issues that escalate into disputes between you and your former spouse.

Weighing options for long distance parenting after divorce

There's typically no steadfast rule regarding where you choose to live after divorce, unless extenuating circumstances prompt the court to issue such an order. Many Virginia residents who divorce choose to live within driving distance of their former spouses if they have children together. This type of arrangement simplifies the shared custody and/or visitation process. Most parents want to cooperate and act within the best interests of their children; choosing to reside in an area that allows children easy access to both parents is a good idea for those who wish to avoid problems.

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