Questions of religion and parenting during a divorce are some of the most challenging. Interfaith couples are likely to have differences of opinion about the religion their children should practice. In most cases, religion does not come up as a key factor in divorce proceedings, unless children are involved.
Then, religion becomes an important part of a divorcing couple’s co-parenting discussion. When faced with such concerns, many divorcing couples turn to the Family Law court to help balance the two different faith principles in order to keep the best interest of the child at the forefront.