For divorced individuals who are co-parenting, different seasons bring different challenges with them. In summer, children's schedules and routines undergo a major shift with the end of school and the start of vacation. These changes can have the potential to add stress for divorced parents and their children. They can also become potential points of conflict within the co-parenting relationship.
There are a range of things that could be done with the family home in a divorce. One is that you could keep the house, buying out your ex’s interest in it. When considering this route, there are many important things to think about. We’ll go over some of them today.
Many engaged individuals come from very different backgrounds from one another. There are a range of ways that people address these differences as they get married.
One of the biggest mistakes that parents make when they are going through a divorce is thinking that the situation has to be full of strife. It is possible to go through the divorce and remain cordial to each other for the benefit of the children. Make sure that you think about all the years you have to parent together so that you can stay focused.
Prenuptial agreements, also known as marital agreements, are on the rise in the United States. Why? More millennial couples are creating prenups before they get married, according to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
One of the special concerns for seniors when ending a marriage is how the divorce will affect their retirement. When coming up with a strategy for protecting one’s goals in a gray divorce, it is important to understand what impacts a divorce would have on the income streams one might rely on during retirement.
Some spouses share an entrepreneurial spirit and decide to start a business together. There are many things it can be important to talk about and plan for when going this route with your spouse. This includes what will happen if things don't work out.