After a divorce, there are many things that can strain a co-parenting relationship. Among these are fights over how financial matters regarding the children are handled. Such arguments can get very heated and can make it harder for parents to work together.
Property is not the only thing of great financial impact that is divided in divorce. Responsibility for paying the debts a married couple has acquired can also end up being split.
There is a lot to think about as you go through the divorce process in Fairfax. Property division is a complicated issue, and you likely have questions.
Financial hardships can put a lot of stress on married couples. But, a couple getting to a strong position financially is no guarantee that a marriage will last. In fact, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers indicates that good economic times actually see relatively high divorce levels here in the United States.
Grandparents provide support to their grandchildren in many ways. This is underscored in the results of an AARP survey.