Protect Your Children in Your Divorce Agreement

Protect Your Children in Your Divorce Agreement | Don Sinkov

{3:06 minutes to read} I have had a number of cases where alcohol and drugs have been a major factor in the decision to get divorced. If there are children involved, how do you deal with somebody who’s an alcoholic whether they admit it or not? What if they’re using drugs? What can you do? If one spouse is using drugs and/or is intoxicated and wants to share time with their children, that’s not going to happen. As a parent, you must hold the safety of your children above everything else. I believe it is a moral imperative to deny any parent sharing time with the children when that parent is intoxicated.

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