Centereach, NY (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
A recent article from the washingtontimes.com published on August 15th shared how some newly divorced, and divorcing parents are finding “back to school” to be a struggle to maintain their child’s mental health, and quality of life. The family law experts who contributed to the article made a strong focus on maintaining children’s schedules, and being mindful to put their school, homework, and extracurricular activities ahead of divorce related matters. Additional advice involved parent teacher conferences with both parents, as well as potential family counseling. With the new school year upon us, The Law Office of David Vallone shares new ways to avoid adding stress to children during a divorce, and how to better plan parenting time around separated parenting life, and busy school schedules.
For newly separated, divorced, or about to be divorced parents, the idea of involving children amidst the stress of a marital is a painful thought. As an experienced Suffolk County Divorce Attorney, David Vallone suggest that parents look to put their difference aside, to create a smooth back to school transition for school age children. Vallone suggests solidifying parenting time as the first priority when attempting to reduce divorce stress on children. Creating structure will remove the uncertainty many children feel on which parent will be at their after school activities, helping with homework, and scheduling weekend play dates. After structuring parenting time, Vallone suggests defining each parent’s involvement with schooling. While some states may holding rulings as to the balance of custody and educational decisions, exploring the options of having both parents vested in their child’s/children’s education can only benefit the minor in question.
When asked about his opinion on juggling the divorce process and parenting, Vallone suggests that parents always act in the best interest of their children, making sure that education and stability are maintained and held a priority.
For inquiries regarding the divorce process, child custody and parenting time, collaborative divorce or separation, contact Mr.Vallone today to discuss your individual situation.
Suffolk County attorney David Vallone has been practicing law on Long Island for 22 years. Throughout his career, he has practiced in the fields of divorce and family law, as well as real estate closings. Since 2006, he has also been a divorce mediator and a collaborative lawyer. If you are seeking the counsel of an experienced Suffolk County Divorce Attorney, please call his office at 631-676-7100 for immediate assistance.
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