Long-distance parenting situations provide some challenges for both parents. It is imperative that you and your ex work together so that your children can have the love and support they need to thrive. One consideration to think about when you know that distance is going to be a factor in the situation is the expense of getting the child from one home to the other.
Many parents feel strongly about the way they handle parenting matters. When you and your ex don't agree about how these matters should be handled, things can get difficult. From the start of the co-parenting relationship, negotiating is going to be a necessary tool for handling disagreements.
You probably have friends who have gone through a divorce. This can help you considerably when you are going through your own because you know that you have someone who might be able to empathize with what you are going through. One thing to remember in these cases is that you can't compare what you are going through with what they went through.
People who experience divorce come from all different walks of life. Those who have considerable wealth might worry that more assets means more potential points of contention. It's not an outlandish theory, especially considering that the number one thing couples typically fight over is money.
Child custody matters can be rather difficult to work through. Both parents might be standing firm over the issues related to the kids. This is a hard spot to be in because it makes it hard to work as a team for the children. We know that you only want what is best for your children, and we are here to help you work through it all.