Scott N. Dunn Offers Tips for Families Transitioning to a Divorce

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In honor of National Single Parents Day on March 21, Scott N. Dunn is sharing tips on how to best get along with an ex after a divorce.

The impact is less harmful on the children involved when parents can befriend one another and talk to one another amicably. - Scott N. Dunn

Across the country, there are millions of single parents working hard every day to ensure their children and families are well taken care of. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan officially designated March 21 as National Single Parents Day to recognize these hard-working single parents. In honor of the upcoming holiday for single parents, Scott N. Dunn, a divorce and child custody lawyer in Asheboro, North Carolina, is sharing tips on how to get along with an ex and how to transition families and children to divorce.

Befriending an ex after a difficult divorce can sometimes be unimaginable. Having children makes it even more difficult. Those with young children should keep in mind that it is best to keep young children from feeling like they are in the middle. Ex-spouses with children are tied to each other for the rest of their lives as the mother and father of their children. So, the best way to transition children into a divorced family is by showing respect and care to each other.

Dunn says, “The impact is less harmful on the children involved when parents can befriend one another and talk to one another amicably.”

However, ex-spouses should give themselves time to be friends first. A healing process must be a part of the plan. At Scott N. Dunn’s family law firm, they know there is much resentment and hurt feelings that divorced people have to overcome. Not all divorces end amicably. Exes should give themselves time to heal and start a new life without their ex. Then, small steps should be made to help exes build a friendship with each other, which in turn will make themselves and their kids happier and healthier.

For more information about transitioning to divorce, contact Attorney Scott Dunn by calling 336-629-1650 or visit

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Attorney Scott Dunn's office is located in Asheboro, North Carolina. Dunn has been serving Asheboro, Troy, and the surrounding areas for over 23 years. As an experienced attorney, Dunn has fought and won cases for his clients in all areas related to family law, child custody, child support modification, traffic violations, and criminal defense. Mr. Dunn also represents men and women in divorce cases. His practice also serves Spanish-speaking clients. Scott Dunn is Asheboro's chosen child custody attorney. He guides clients easily through the tedious process of child custody, helping clients understand and master family law. Scott Dunn Law Office represents local, regional, and national level clients, fully dedicated to providing the best outcome.

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