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Drafting Parenting Agreements

The decision to leave or divorce a partner can be a difficult choice to make for some couples. In certain situations, one partner may never want to see or speak to the other partner ever again. However, this may not be possible in situations where children are involved.

If you and your ex-spouse both want to participate in your child’s life, and it’s in the child’s best interests, you may have to interact with your former partner for many years to come. In these situations, it’s best to have a game plan for how both parents will co-parent their child.

Tips to protect a child's best interests during, after divorce

One of the top priorities parents have when they divorce is to safeguard the best interests of the children affected by the split.

As noted in the Alberta Family Law Act, this means identifying arrangements that protect a child's safety and prioritizing solutions that best meet a child's needs and circumstances. This can seem difficult and overwhelming, particularly for parents who may be involved in a contentious divorce. However, there are steps parents can take to protect their child's well-being.

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