Grandparents often play a significant role in their grandchildren's lives. Their presence can offer stability and security. Depending on the family, they may even be the best equipped to have legal custody of their grandkids.
It is fairly common for financial problems to morph into marital problems, but when should a spouse be suspicious of financial infidelity? After all, every marriage has stages when money is good, as well as times when money is scarce. Nevertheless, ferreting out financial infidelity is important for a number of reasons. We will identify them through this post.
Grandparents often play a significant role in their grandchildren’s lives. Their presence can offer stability and security. Depending on the family, they may even be the best equipped to have legal custody of their grandkids.
When you first agreed to, or were ordered to pay $2,000 per month to your ex-spouse in support payments, you may have been okay with it because your income was sufficient enough to meet that obligation. Fast forward a few years and your income may have declined dramatically or you have had other life issues that have drained your finances. If this is the case, a motion to modify your divorce decree may be the right thing to do.
In a number of our posts, we have highlighted the importance of being prepared before going through the process. This is includes being financially and emotionally ready for a lifestyle change not only for your sake, but for your children’s as well. However, the complex intertwinement of emotions and finances can be so difficult that a spouse may be able to hide assets without being discovered.