When you filed for divorce in a West Virginia court, you understood that your decision would have a significant impact on your children's lives. However, you also believed you were making a decision with their best interests in mind and were hopeful that you and they would be able to adapt to a new lifestyle in as healthy a manner as possible. You and your ex are still a parenting team, and if you're able to compromise and co-operate, that's great.
Especially during your first post-divorce summer, various issues may arise that spark disagreement between you and your ex. That's why it's always a good idea to know how to tap into local resources to help you address problems that may surface when your children are home from school all summer long.