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What parents can do to help their children after a divorce

Following a divorce, Virginia parents may be concerned about the effect that the changes will have on their children. While divorce can be tough for children, parents can help them adjust. Their focus should be on the well-being of their children, and this often means supporting the child's relationship with the other parent. Children should also be kept informed about any changes in the parenting schedule and even have input into it if they are older.

Supervised visitation can help to protect children

Parents in Virginia who separate or divorce may experience a wide range of options for child custody. While some families may choose joint custody or extensive visitation, this is not always a possibility. In some cases, there could be serious concerns about one parent's ability to care for the child. Such parents may have supervised visitation, which is when they can only see the child with the supervision of another person.

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