In divorce cases that involve children, custody is generally the most complicated and emotional part of the process. Sadly, parents lose sight of this. What is best for the children is always the primary consideration – for parents as well as the court. You can help your children through this painful process by maintaining positive co-parenting skills. Your marriage may end, but your role as a parent does not. Refrain from arguing or saying negative things in front of the children. Whenever possible, be openly supportive of the other parent in front of the children. Support the other parent’s involvement in your children’s daily routine. Positive co-parenting may be difficult during this stressful time, but your children are worth it.