They are maybe just kids but when they see their parents arguing and eventually breaking up they could be hurting real bad. Studies have supported that divorce usually results to anger, anxiety and mild depression among children. Hence, these kids have to be taken care of before it becomes too late. Here are the things which you can do. First, kids must understand that they still have parents to take care of them even though they don’t live in one house anymore. Second, show physical closeness so they will never ever feel abandoned. Third and last, be honest with you answers when kids would ask you questions.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Divorce Law States The Protection of Kids From The Impact of Divorce
What Parents Must Provide To Children When Divorced
The law does dictate the terms and conditions along with the decision that come when filing a divorce. The main necessities that parents should be providing include shelter, clothing, food and routine health care. It is also important that you know the things that you aren’t supposed to be shouldering on as part of the support agreement. What’s not covered include vacations, entertainment expenses, pets and pet supplies and other expenses that are not part of the four main necessities. If you are not able to provide such then you are liable by law and you will be facing a corresponding legal consequence.