One of the biggest mistakes couples make when they’ve decided their marriage is over is try to rush through the divorce process. Here are a few things you may encounter if you’re trying to make your divorce as quick as possible:
Separation and Divorce
Spousal maintenance, or alimony, is one of the most difficult topics to settle during a divorce. The goal of this support is to help a lower-earning spouse be able to find financial stability and to develop a career after a divorce so that no one is left destitute by the separation.
A new year is a time to start fresh. If your co-parenting plan has been rocky in the past, it may be time to have a new conversation and set new goals for the new year.
The holidays are a busy time for everyone, and for a couple going through a divorce or a break-up it can be a real test of co-parenting skills. Some tough conversations early on can make things much easier on you and the children.
When children are involved in a difficult divorce it’s natural to desire sole custody but it’s always important to examine the reasons behind that desire. It’s important to consider what your child needs not only now but in the future. Here are a few reasons to seek full custody:
The new year is a great time to set some new goals and resolutions for yourself. Typically people focus on losing weight, eating better or stopping a bad habit. Those may or may not apply to your situation but if you’ve recently been through a divorce or a separation you know it’s an even better time to start fresh and make plans to move forward. Here are a few resolutions for those who are recently divorced or separated from a significant other.
Don’t let divorce or a separation from a former significant other steal your holiday time with your kids! Here is how to manage parenting time during the holidays.
Without a doubt, one of the most difficult parts of divorce or a romantic breakup is telling the news to your children. There are a few ways to ease you child’s anxiety.