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Anne E. Raduns PA
We are part of the community and we hear your concerns during these unprecedented times while we all address the Covid-19 virus and the rapidity in which things change.

We are open and will continue to assist our clients and our prospective clients through their difficult time, as we always have.

We are committed to keeping our staff and our clients safe as we- as a community- address the preventative methods that will allow us to keep us all safe. If you need to make an appointment but are concerned about maintaining the recommended social distancing, please consider our ability to meet with you or address your issues by email, phone conference, or Skype/FaceTime.

Hopefully none of us – our clients, our families, our legal team and their families are negatively impacted by this.

Working together as a team is always better than trying to go it alone. We will get through this!
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Minimize the impact of divorce on your children with these 3 tips

Children are going to react differently to the idea of divorce based on age and maturity, but as a parent, it’s going to be your responsibility to make sure your child understands what to expect and how they are expected to act. 

The good news is that there are some methods you can use to minimize the impact of divorce on your children. By using these tips, your children can come out on the other side of the divorce more comfortably and confidently. 

1. Talk to your children about what to expect early in the divorce.

Both you and your spouse should talk to your children about what to expect during a divorce. This can be anything from a short conversation plainly explaining that mom and dad won’t live together but that there will be two homes for the children to having a deeper conversation with older children. 

2. Set aside time for your kids.

It is easy to get caught up in divorce and to struggle with taking care of yourself and your children. Make sure you set aside time during visits or custody days so that you and your child can make positive memories together. Whether it’s making time for new hobbies or allowing your child time to discuss their concerns, this time together is essential. 

3. Give back control when you can.

When the whole world is changing, a little bit of control over their situation can help your kids cope. Let your child pick new toys for a new home or have a say in the color of paint on a new bedroom’s walls. Doing so will give them something positive to do during the divorce. 

These tips will help your children adjust and move forward with you during the divorce. Be confident, respectful and honest, and that will help them, too.