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January 2015 Archives

When marriages are unhappy, divorce could be best for children

There are many different types of families in Mississippi. In addition to varying compositions, dynamics vary from household to household. While there are many parents who are together because they want to be, there are also some people who decline to pursue a divorce despite a failed relationship. In many cases, these people may choose to stay together for the sake of their young children.

Child custody after a Mississippi divorce

For many families in Mississippi, the decision to divorce is the best one for their individual circumstances. While some couples may be able to quietly dissolve their union and go on with their lives, this is rarely the case for people with children. Even after a child custody arrangement is made, many parents will have to continue working together to make decisions regarding their child's best interest. Before that, however, custody arrangements must be agreed upon.