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West Dundee family law attorneysWhen going through a divorce, it might be hard to think about moving on. However, it is possible to find love again and even remarry. In some cases, one or both spouses may choose to give marriage another try with new partners. Many remarriages involve couples who have children from previous marriages, often referred to as “blended families.” Statistics show that approximately half of all families in the United States are blended rather than the “traditional” nuclear families. Creating a new family dynamic can be challenging for parents and kids, and there are many issues to consider. For example, one spouse may be paying spousal maintenance or child support to his or her ex-spouse. Parenting time also may need to be adjusted based on new home or work schedules. Following are ways to ease the transition of combining families after remarriage. 

Practical Advice for Joining Families

If you decide to get married again after taking a second chance on love, you might not necessarily think about how a remarriage could impact your children. After enduring years of unhappiness in your first marriage, it may be tempting to put your feelings ahead of your kids. However, it is important to remember that it is not all about you and your new love. 

Here are some tips for learning how to share your lives and create lasting bonds: 

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