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Will virtual visitation be part of your child custody agreement?

Deciding to divorce in a Tennessee court is obviously a serious issue. If you have children, their best interests are undoubtedly your main priority. You and your spouse hopefully still get along well enough that you can expect to achieve an amicable co-parenting agreement. However, it's not uncommon to encounter challenges along the way, as many parents who have navigated the process before you can likely attest.  

Co-parenting: You might find this a natural option

A divorce doesn't mean that the adults are going to stop parenting the children they have together. Instead, they are going to need to continue working as a team to parent the children after the divorce. The courts will help create a child custody arrangement that focuses on what your children need.

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