A child custody agreement helps parents raise their children when they do not live in the same home. As much of a help as an agreement can be, it can be very difficult to raise children with the other parent when you struggle to see eye-to-eye or agree on many topics. Today, we will help you learn how to communicate as a co-parent so the relationship is successful.
Emotions, they are a big part of life. Sometimes it is hard to turn them off, but there are situations when it would be better if you could. Divorce is one of those situations. Ending a marriage is far from easy and it's usually an emotion-filled affair. When feelings are in control rather than rational thought, though, you may end up with a divorce settlement that does not serve your best interests.
Going through a divorce is difficult for people of any age. It doesn't matter if this is your first, second, third or subsequent divorce. It is a challenging and stressful process that never gets easier no matter your experience with it. Part of the divorce process is disclosing of your assets and money. You should never lie or hide assets. It can lead to serious consequences.
Going through a divorce is difficult for everyone involved, especially when you have young children. If you are receiving child support from your first marriage, and decide to get remarried, what happens? Do you continue to receive child support? Let's examine how child support is impacted by the custodial parent getting remarried in today's post.
Being ordered to pay alimony to your former spouse is never an easy situation. You likely just want to be done with dealing with them since alimony is awarded when a couple gets divorced. It's important that you make the payments by their due date and do not fall behind on them or else you could risk your freedom and wind up being sent to a collection agency.