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2 tips for including your child in parenting plan decisions

Your child is young, and you're not sure he understands what it means that you're going to get a divorce from his father. You know that you have to make a parenting plan and work out custody-related issues, but you're still trying to understand how to explain it to your child.

How can you win sole or primary custody?

If you are getting a divorce from your spouse, one thing you may be looking into is winning custody of your child. If there is a reason that you believe you should have sole custody, then it's important to have evidence and proof of why you're the parent who should care for your child and why the other parent should not.

What you need before you talk to your spouse about divorce

Before you go through the struggle of a divorce, one good thing to do is to really consider whether or not you're prepared for it. Once you decide to tell your spouse that you want a divorce, that's when the complications can arise. There are ways to prepare for your divorce ahead of time, so you're ready to move forward once you talk to your spouse about your wishes.

A protective order keeps you safe from abuse

Protective orders are designed to help keep people safe when they're otherwise in harm's way. Take for example the housewife who knows her husband comes home angry after work. She fears that he'll take out his anger on her and their children. This woman is an ideal candidate to seek a protective order, which could help prevent her and her children from getting hurt.

Man convicted, woman faces charges for parental kidnapping

When it comes to child custody arrangements, it's wise to follow court orders unless there is a dire emergency. For example, you'd never take your child away from your ex and hide him or her unless you knew your child was in significant danger. Doing so could land you in hot water with the courts and even threaten your custody rights.

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