When a family breaks up, it’s always a sad thing.
Recently, my friend named Helen separated from his husband, Mark. They’ve been married for more than a decade and their union was blessed by three sweet princesses aged nine, six, and three.
They are planning on a divorce and had been consulting with their respective family lawyers about lots of various legal matters. Helen and Mark wants to make sure that everything from the issue of child custody and access to child support and property division are well taken cared of.
It’s a sad thing to note though that no matter how amiable their separation will be, their three little daughters lives will never be the same. Their eldest daughter, according to Helen, is having a hard time dealing with their separation. She’s shown signs of rebellion even at such a young age.
I hope that everything will go well, not only for Helen and Mark but for all their three daughters as well. May they find a way to make their children understand that even though their parents will be separated, they as parents will always remain as their parents – to love and support each child even though their relationship as husband and wife was already through.