Paying child support is a key aspect of divorce. Not only is it legally mandated in most situations, but it also keeps the children enjoying some normalcy and consistency while maintaining strong relationships with their parents. As a function of a divorce agreement, child support must be tracked to verify consistent payments of the correct…Read More »
With divorce rates so high, many parents have legitimate concerns when their adult children get married. No parent wants to leave an inheritance to their child only to have it threatened by a disgruntled ex-spouse. However, there are some options to protect an inheritance from divorce. When a married couple gets divorced, there is a…Read More »
When filing for a divorce, one must state the grounds for the divorce. When mental illness plays a part in the decision to file for a divorce, there are a few considerations one should know. The following outlines how a mental illness can impact a divorce case. Fault in Divorce When mental illness is the…Read More »
Many spouses want to pursue a new romantic relationship before the divorce is finalized. However, a new partner can complicate the divorce proceedings in certain circumstances, especially when the new arrangement involves household and financial issues. While it may be legally permissible to live with a new partner in some states, it may not be…Read More »
A wedding is a monumental moment. Although a wedding day is meant to be special, many individuals place more value in the celebration than the marriage itself. This may lead spouses to spend a lot of money on their wedding day or engagement rings. However, a recent study shows that there is a correlation between…Read More »
A divorce can be a challenge for an entire family. One reason for this is because it can impact how often a child sees their parents or extended family members, like their grandparents. When there is no visitation schedule planned, it may affect the grandparent-grandchild relationship. This can ultimately be harmful for the child’s well-being…Read More »
When a couple goes through a divorce, a judge will usually divide their assets and resolve any disputes. However, spouses who feel comfortable using open communication can opt for a collaborative divorce, which allows each spouse to discuss the terms of their divorce without seeing a judge. There are plenty of benefits concerning a collaborative…Read More »
Money that previously went toward college savings is now divided between two households after a divorce. At the time of divorce, a custodial parent must be aware that the non-custodial parent is not always required to contribute to a child’s college education. When it is time to apply for financial aid, the income of the…Read More »
A common reason for relationship or marital discord is financial issues. In many households, one person pays the bills and manages the finances. This arrangement can leave the other person unaware of the couple’s true financial picture. In some cases, one person will hide their spending, loan and credit card debt, or even income from…Read More »
January is unofficially referred to as the “divorce month.” According to a recent study at the University of Washington, filings in January are statistically higher compared to other months. Similar studies have found higher filing rates in January in other states as well. There are a number of reasons for this uptick. From a social…Read More »
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