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What to Tell Older Children in a New Jersey Divorce

Oct 31, 2016 @ 11:00 AM — by Michael Green

What to Tell Older Children in a New Jersey Divorce.  Generally, older children do better than younger children in terms of adapting to the changes that come with their parents get divorce.  However, telling the chldren is never an easy task.  Regardless, removing as much uncertainty for them as to their future is what can help them get through the process in the best manner possible.  Often, older children, those in college or out of college, are concerned about where they are going to go for the holidays when they in the past they would go home to both parents.  So, reassuring them about what will take place in the future and how holidays will be celebrated as a family in some manner can go a long way towards letting the children understand how their universe will not change completely and how their lives will go forward in a way that they can deal with.  Call us at Green & Associates to talk more about your issues of divorce and how you may deal with your children in the divorce with our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney.  We offer free consultations in our East Brunswick and Fort Lee offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119, night and weekend appointments are available.

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