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In-laws or outlaws?

Most people deal with In-laws carefully during divorce. When children are part of the marriage, inlaws can be one sided due to the fact that they want to retain a relationship with their grandchildren.

Many would agree it might be a good idea to keep an amicable relationship with the inlaws. Don't make them choose sides. Remember they did not cause the divorce to happen and usually they have best of intentions when it comes to the grandchildren. No doubt if you had a long term marriage, they have grown fond of you and have good memories of family events from the past.

If you are divorcing due to infidelity, your in laws may know of the situation and take your side while condemning their own child. Don't be afraid to tell them how much you still care about them, and need them to continue to be part of their grandchildrens' lives.

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