Our expert says:
I'm not sure these are issues on which we can draw up universal laws, rather than deciding on a case-by-case basis. Obviously the adults should try acting like adults, and think of what would be best for the children, rather than being selfish about such issues. And if they can't sort it out between themselves, maybe working with a family counsellor ( eg through FAMSA ) might help.
Of course it's not easy being a stiefma if it was easy, just anybody could do it. Try to keep whatever issues remain between the adults separate and between them, not letting it affect the kids
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