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How To Tell Your Child(ren) About Your Divorce
The worst thing to do is to do nothing. It is a time of great emotions for you which may include hurt, pain, humiliation, confusion, and a host of other emotions. Yet it is a time when you must deal with the emotions of your child(ren).
The response of your children may range from being pleased (in the case of abuse and/or long term disharmony) to shock and anger. Listed below are some guidelines for telling your children.
Both of you is ideal. You should sit down as a family so all hear the same things and can ask questions.
The best time is a few days to a week before your physical separation.
What Not to Do
Nevada does not have a very strict residency requirement. The court requires that one of the spouses live in the state for at least six weeks immediately before filing for divorce.
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