On this episode of “Breaking Upward,” host Beth Andersen, owner and attorney at Andersen Law PC, and attorney Philadelphia George, discuss the importance of giving children a voice in a divorce and how to keep them out of the middle.

They address common misconceptions and the role of child family investigators (CFI) and parental responsibilities evaluators (PRE) in allocating parental responsibilities.

If you are facing divorce or custody issues, be sure to listen in, because over-involving the children will cause more harm than good. Done the right way, children can be heard and respected without permanent damage.

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For more insight from Andersen Law PC attorneys on giving children a voice in the divorce process, watch our videos on giving children a voice in domestic relations court via a CFI  and parental responsibilities evaluators.

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