Children need both parents after a divorce. Loving your children enough to foster a strong relationship with their other parent can be hard; here are 7 tips to prevent your children from becoming casualties of your bitter custody battle.
The US has treated spousal support as taxable income to the recipient and tax-deductible for the payor for the last 75 years. However, the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act scraps this deduction for anyone who signs a separation agreement or gets divorced after 2018.
Many fathers believe that the family court system rigged against them: that gender bias still exists when it comes to child custody. If this is true, how can fathers protect their bond with their children after divorce?
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