Sometimes, marriages fall apart and both spouses agree that the time to file for divorce has come. However, there may also be disagreement in this regard, especially if one person wants the marriage to continue. If you and your spouse cannot agree that divorce is best, but you are determined to bring the marriage to an end, it is pivotal to stand up for your right to separate from your marital partner, especially if you are in the middle of a toxic marriage.
Parenting styles differ from one person to the next. When you divorce, there is a good chance that your ways aren't going to be the same as your ex. This can become a problem, but it doesn't always have to be.
Given Hawaii's reputation as a tropical paradise, many might question why you would ever want to move away. Yet as many of those that we here at Coates Frey Tanimoto & Gibson, AAL, LLC have worked with, the memories connected to a divorce can quickly turn a perceived paradise into a bleak scenario. You may rightly think that moving away will help both you, your ex-spouse and your children move on from your divorce. Yet that can be complicated when the matter of custody comes up.
Co-parenting isn't always easy, but there are some things that you can do to make the situation a bit easier. One thing that sometimes makes the circumstances more difficult is when your emotions come into the picture. By finding ways that you can address all of this, you might be able to de-stress your life so that you are able to move forward with your parenting.