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Jimmy Lefton

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Oct 17, 2013: For the Sake of Your Children, Should You Not Get Divorced?

Good one with kid and parents Many of my clients are at the beginning stages of their divorce and are not sure whether they actually want to go forward and terminate the marriage.  They often refer to their children and not wanting to hurt them in the process and therefore, wonder if they should just stay together.  This is a good article that identifies some of the issues that you should consider if you are having the same doubts.

Contact a lawyer if you have questions about divorce and related topics.  Visit my website  www.513divorce.com.    Jimmy Lefton, Esq practices family law including divorce and dissolution in Hamilton County, Butler County, Clermont County, Warren County, Ohio.  Cincinnati Divorce Attorney. Re-posted Oct 17, 2013. Original article published On MovingPastDivorce.ADVERTISEMENT ONLY

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August 23, 3013 Tips for Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce

Good one with kid and parentsWithout any doubt, protecting children from the emotional toll and drama of a divorce is the number one concern of clients. Things will change and giving them the opportunity to discuss these changes may help reduce anxiety and stress. The damage can be permanent to the innocent children of the marriage.  How do we help our children cope with a divorce?  This is a very good article that will identify many ways to minimize the impact of a divorce on your children.

Contact a Lawyer if you have questions about divorce and related topics.  Visit my website   www.513divorce.com   Jimmy Lefton, Esq.   practices family law including divorce and dissolution in Hamilton County, Butler County, Clermont County, Warren County, Ohio.  Cincinnati Divorce Attorney. Re-posted Aug 23, 2013. Original article published Huffington Post by Dr. Peggy Kruger Tietz

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My clients often list among their top priorities the need to protect their children from the divorce process and minimize the impact upon them.  Parties must be willing to share that goal and learn how to effectively communicate with each other about the needs of their children.  Often referred to as “Co-Parenting”, parties can be counseled and educated on the most effective means of raising their children together.  The goal is to give the child the benefit of having both parents involved in making major decisions in the child’s life. Co-parenting 101

Another good article discussing this topic. Successful Divorce: The Art Of Co-Parenting

If you have questions about divorce and related topics, visit my website  www.513divorce.com      Jimmy Lefton, Esq.  Cincinnati Divorce Attorney. Re-posted June 27, 2013. Original article published HuffPost Divorce ( @HuffPostDivorce )

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