During a divorce or after parents have decided to separate a child's life may be thrown into chaos as custody is determined. Since Spokane children may not live on their own until they reach the age of 18, they generally will be placed under the care of one or both of their parents, when their household dissolves from one to two.
It can be difficult to go through the divorce process at any time in your life. This is even more so the case if you have a child with your soon to be ex-spouse. In addition to details associated with your divorce, such as matters of property division, you also need to focus on those involving your child.
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As many readers of this Spokane divorce and family law blog know, ending a marriage can be a difficult process. Even when the couple does not share children there can be strong disagreements and arguments that arise in the legal process to dissolve a marriage. When kids are part of a divorce, those fights can become downright mean.