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When ending a relationship with children involved, it is important that you learn to love your child more than you hate your spouse.   This can be very difficult when there is a contentious end to a relationship.  Feelings are often hurt, trust is often broken, and the accompanying emotions can be very difficult to set aside.  It is important to remember that your child had nothing to do with the break up, and you should always avoid expressing your negative feelings about your ex in front of your child, regardless of how justified your feelings may be. For more information, read our full blog regarding child custody after a breakup.

Questions?  Need help with a custody dispute or divorce?  Contact one of our Charlotte Child Custody or Divorce lawyers at 704-412-1442.  We can help.

Written by Valerie Hunter
Founding Member and Attorney
Hunter & Hein, Attorneys at Law, PLLC

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