Most Texas residents who have been through a divorce can attest to the fact that it can be a challenging experience. Sometimes, it can be even more difficult for children. They expect certain things from the divorce process, if it is clear that their parents are not going to stay married.
Children need to be reassured that both parents still love them, and they will often put additional demands on each parent's time. Even though parents tell their children that they both still love them, and it is only the marriage that is over, this can be hard to comprehend, depending on the age of the children. Therefore, as hard as it may feel at times, parents will want to make sure that they give their children a substantial amount of attention during the divorce -- especially if one parent has already moved out of the family home.