Problems and hard feelings between Texas parents do not simply disappear once a divorce is final. There can be difficulty for years to come, even with a strong child custody plan in place. One way to avoid continued disputes is to communicate clearly and even include terms for dealing with certain school-related issues in the parenting plan.
There are many complex feelings and difficulties involved in a divorce. Despite this, many parents find it possible to set their own emotions to the side and work together for the benefit of the children in a joint parenting agreement. Joint child custody is not the right choice in every situation, but there are ways that Texas parents can work together to address their differences and protect the best interests of their children above all else.