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Parenting time an important aspect of Massachusetts child custody

As Massachusetts parents move through divorce proceedings, they may wonder which of them can provide the healthiest environment for their children. Because parenting time is a concern for many parents who are separating, child custody terms may be a point of contention. However, if parents are able to keep the best interests of their children in mind, they may come to more amicable decisions.

One concern parents may have during divorce is how they may be able to make the situation better for their children. Some parents may want to ensure that they are not forcing their children to grow up too quickly by placing responsibilities on them for which they are not ready. Additionally, they may want to assess the situation in terms of how to build healthy relationships with both parents despite the separation.

Environments and atmospheres can greatly impact children going through such transitions. If children are more comfortable with one parent than the other or are more used to the environment surrounding one parent than the other, it may be prudent to consider giving more parenting time to that parent. However, circumstances change as children grow older and a sense of flexibility may be beneficial.

Massachusetts parents may have a difficult time coming to terms with the fact that they may no longer see their children full-time. However, there are co-parenting agreements that may be possible for parties who can work together after divorce. If parenting time is a concern, interested individuals may want to determine what steps they can take in order to create agreements that benefit the parties involved.

Source: The Huffington Post, "10 Key Questions for Caring Co-Parents to Support the Kids You Love!", Rosalind Sedacca, July 6, 2015

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