Developing co-parenting arrangements in any divorce situation requires both parents to be objective, flexible and realistic to reach an agreement that is amicable and beneficial for their children. Divorcing Oregon couples have to put the best interests of their children at the center of every decision to create an environment that is conducive to their children’s growth and adjustment.
There are common mistakes that are made over and over in divorces involving Oregon couples. According to the Huffington Post, a top mistake is not understanding the legal process or the procedures involved. This means not knowing that there are options other than fighting it out in court, such as mediation, which can make it much easier to come to amicable decisions, or not understanding the details about child custody and support.