“Along the same lines, when your ex begins dating, don’t inflict feelings of resentment or jealousy onto the children – your feelings should never be the child’s burden to bear.” “It will tell you the truth every time,” Woll said. specializes in divorce and family law, including legal separation, post-judgment of divorce matters, removal of domicile actions, stepparent adoption, custody, child support, paternity and other family issues.
“If something does not feel right in the relationship, trust that feeling.
“The tendency is to be very excited that you’ve met someone you really like—especially after a tough divorce.
“Once kids hit their pre-teen years, they do not want to feel their parent is carrying on a secret part of life.
Keep the conversation and amount of information shared age appropriate in terms of what children are told about the new someone in your life.” “A parent’s reaction and behavior toward the ex’s dating can directly impact children and how they feel about the new relationship,” Woll said.
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– April 26, 2016 – Beginning a new relationship after divorce can be tricky, especially if there are minor children involved. C., a Michigan-based divorce and family law practice with more than 20 years of experience in complex family law issues, offers eight tips for divorced parents as they pursue a romantic life post-divorce: “Children don’t need to be introduced to a revolving door of romantic partners,” Woll said.
Don’t fight your gut instinct about someone you are dating, especially when this new person may impact not only your life, but the lives of your children.” About Woll & Woll, P.
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