Children are sadly the subject of many divorce cases. Of course, it is always best to keep children from becoming involved in the actual case whenever possible. Most parents do not intentionally involve their children in the divorce process, but children can be unintentionally drawn into the parents’ conflict, potentially increasing the damage to and stress on the children as a result of the divorce.

Read Lea Noelke’s article “Children’s Involvement in Divorce”, published in the Austin Bar Journal, for suggestions that may help minimize the adverse effect on children whose parents are divorcing.