Children and divorce

Myth
  Myth
“I’m not going to fight with my husband over custody because if I do, my kids will have to go to court and they have already been through enough”
Fact
  Fact
They will not have to go to court. Court proceedings over which parent the child should live with do involve court hearings but your children would not be required to attend. The court will often consider reports by welfare officers when making this decision. During the compilation of these reports, the children would normally be spoken to (if they were of an age where they could give an opinion) by the person writing the report, but these meetings would normally take place at home, or sometimes at school.

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