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Tips for Separating When Alcohol Abuse is Involved

Maintaining a healthy mind and safe environment for you and your child is always the top priority, but can be particularly difficult when dealing with an ex who abuses alcohol and the often tumultuous child custody process that comes with that.

There are some important and valuable steps you can take to ensure peace of mind and most importantly, safety, for you and your family.

Alcohol Monitoring Leads to Increased Parenting Time

Parental drinking affects millions of children each year as one in eight Americans battle alcoholism. Approximately one in four American children are growing up with at least one parent who intermittently binge drinks or consistently drinks heavily. These national trends have obvious implications for custody cases, as parents with a history of alcohol use disorder may face skepticism regarding their parenting abilities. Soberlink alcohol monitoring breathalyzer system enables parents to document sobriety, leading to increased parenting time.