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April 2018 Archives

Will my child custody decision be affected by infidelity?

Most divorces are not pleasant. They involve breaking up with the partner to whom you thought you would be married for the rest of your life. At best, divorces can be amicable; at worst, extremely contentious. Divorce becomes even more complicated when it also involves a child custody battle and accusations of infidelity.

What should divorcing spouses know before they file?

We have to make tough decisions in life in order to better our situations and be happier and healthier in the long run. The decision to pull the trigger on a marriage is one of the tougher decisions most people will have to make. It's not easy, but if you're in a toxic, loveless marriage, it's important you get out of it as soon as possible.

Nesting: A new arrangement for divorce and custody?

Every couple that is divorcing faces the quandary of where to live next. Some couples decide to sell their marital home and split the proceeds. Sometimes one spouse will buy out the other’s share in the home. Living arrangements become even more complicated when there are children involved. Every custody arrangement must address the children’s living situation. Children need stability to thrive, and that can be hard to attain in a divorce.

Pets are an important factor in divorce settlements

There are several important assets to deal with after a divorce: The house, the car, furniture and other pieces of property. Usually, a couple will divide this property by work privately with an attorney or going to trial to receive a divorce decree. Recently, one other important asset has been popping up in property division cases—the family pet.

Is it possible to modify a child support order?

You and your ex have gone through the length, exhausting process of divorce and child custody. The court has finally issued a child support order. It is not perfect, but you feel that, for now, it will have to do. In the future, though, what if you need to modify it?

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