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Shelley Hobbs Intro to Psychology Writing Assignment #1 In today’s society it is hard to find children whose parents have not gone through a divorce. So what happens to these children after the divorce? Do they stay with dad or mom? What happens if one of the parents receives a job offer on the other side of the country? Do they move or stay? This is a big discussion in today’s divorce courts. What is best for the children and the parents both? The article “Relocation of Children After Divorce and Children’s Best Interests” discusses many different cases where the children are relocated after a divorce. There are also many statics in the article about the percentages of moves and how far the moves were from the other parent. These facts are very disturbing to a new divorced mother of one. The article discusses different court cases and how they were handled, and how the children had advantages and disadvantages throughout life. I don’t think that there is a specific
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Unformatted text preview: way to handle custody battles for each case is different, and the needs of the children are different also. After my divorce I moved a total of seven miles to the next town; however I don’t plan on staying here the rest of my life. I have returned to school in order to better myself to give my daughter the life she deserves. In two years I plan on going to College Station to further my education, so I don’t think the court should have a right to say whether or not I can take my daughter. After all I’m trying to better myself to help her out in the long run. I believe that during a custody battle the courts should actually take the time to hear each side’s suggestions and listen to the children’s opinions. Each situation is different and should be handled differently. There is no such thing as an easy or happy divorce, but there can be a happily ever after if the parents and the courts can work together to do what is best for the children....
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