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Parents should consider different 50-50 arrangements

In divorces, many Arizona families opt for the conventional method of splitting time between the parents. When co-parents opt for a 50-50 solution that places the children equally with both parents, they will usually choose arrangements that allow for one week at one parent's home followed by the next week with the other parent. However, some experts are beginning to counsel parents that this is not the most effective solution for the children.

Divorce rates on the rise for couples over 50, study says

Arizona is home to many married couples over the age of 50, some of whom moved to Arizona specifically to enjoy their retirement. Presumably, people do not go into retirement expecting to get a divorce, but one study shows that divorce among couples over 50 in the United States has been on the rise for decades, with the rate doubling from 1990 to 2010.

How to provide children with stability after divorce

One of the hardest parts of a divorce for Arizona parents can be dealing with child custody issues and the effect the divorce has on their children. However, good co-parenting practices can help give children a sense of security and stability despite the upheaval.

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