As many Georgia parents have experienced, parenting a teenager can be a delicate and complicated endeavor. Adolescence is a period for kids to figure out who they are, and that often comes with struggles with their parents. Dealing with a divorce on top of this can make parenting a teenager quite challenging. Having to co-parent with an ex-spouse can bring on further complications. However, there are things that parents can do together, even after divorce, to successfully parent their teenagers.
You've invested years of your life and likely many thousands of dollars in the development of your own business. You have likely enjoyed the freedom of being your own boss and also the frustrations of being solely responsible for a new company.
Georgia residents who get a divorce should expect the process to be stressful and should prepare to deal with a range of practical, financial and emotional issues. However, it is important that they make sure to not disregard how important it is to keep their insurance in order and make any necessary coverage changes.
Talking to your spouse about the divorce process is difficult enough. When you have the responsibility of doing the same with your children, you're sure to find yourself facing even more challenges.