Every family is unique and most Arizona families encounter challenges in their daily lives that require coping skills to help them rise above and move forward. Divorce definitely falls under that category. In fact, it is often one of the most trying situations a family can experience.
How well a parent and children rebound after divorce depends on many factors, including what types of issues may have prompted the decision to sever ties. It is helpful to recognize that some days may be better than others and each person in the family may have a different reaction to the situation. Allowing everyone to navigate their natural emotions as they unfold is a healthy way of dealing with divorce.
Life changes often occur when family members no longer reside under one roof. For instance, sometimes the family home must be sold or children have to attend a new school and make new friends. A parent who was always at home full time might have to seek paid employment outside the home. These and other issues can make post-divorce life quite challenging.
If the relationship between co-parents is contentious, it can also make adapting to a new lifestyle difficult. It is tough to move on in life if a lingering issue from the past keeps rearing its ugly head. When the matter has to do with child custody, visitation, child support, or alimony, an experienced Arizona family law attorney can help a concerned parent negotiate or litigate in order to obtain a fair and comprehensive outcome.