Worrying about your children's health and general well-being commonly comes along with parenthood. You may try your best to ensure that they have a healthy diet, get enough exercise and keep stressful situations to a minimum. However, you cannot avoid all potential circumstances that could significantly impact your kids, and if you and your spouse have chosen to divorce, your children will certainly face considerable changes.
Whether you constantly fight with your spouse or you have just been drifting apart for years, this is probably a difficult time for you. You may be ready to divorce but are not sure how to break the news to your kids. You should be certain that you're going to file for divorce before you tell them, but once you know that, you will need to plan to have "the talk" with them.
Child custody is one of the most important issues that must be resolved in a divorce, and it is a particularly complex issue for parents who have non-traditional or complicated work schedules. If you do not have a normal schedule, you may be wondering how to secure rightful parenting time while still juggling your career obligations.