Parenting demands patience and responsibility no matter what the circumstance
may be, but parenting during and after a divorce can add to these difficulties.
Every situation is unique, and as parent you know your child better than
most, but divorce can affect them differently than you may think. During
and after a divorce, it is important to talk to your children about what
is going on. Letting them know it is ok to ask questions and talk about
the situation can make the transition easier for everyone. Changes like
a divorce can even strengthen the bond you have with your children. In
an article in the Huffington Post, a mother of two children spoke of how
she helped her children cope with the divorce of her and their father.
She made sure she let her children know that the divorce did not affect
how much they are loved, as well as encouraging the children to see all
of the positives that could come out of it. To read the full story, click
If you have questions about divorce or another family law matter, please
contact Mallory Earley with Humble Law LLC, formerly Beckum Kittle LLP to discuss your case today
by calling 205-419-8068 or emailing Mrs. Earley at