Deciding how to handle child-related costs and expenses can be one of the most complicated–and contentious–parts of a divorce settlement.
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These considerations when deciding to divorce get to the heart of your issues, helping you to understand where you are and where you want to be.
Moving into a new place after divorce is a big change, and it’s normal to feel overwhelmed. Take some time to consider your options.
Whether you’re contemplating divorce or already in the process, your primary concern should be your children and how this will affect them.
Parental Alienation Syndrome occurs when a child aligns with one parent and grows exceptionally hostile toward the other parent, often altogether rejecting them for no good reason.
Mediation has the best chance of success when the divorce is uncontested or both parties are genuinely committed to working amicably toward an agreement on outstanding issues.
The house, child custody, savings…these are all things people commonly battle over in a divorce, but they’re certainly not the only assets spouses fight about in divorce.
If you receive or plan to receive Social Security benefits, either for retirement or through disability insurance, how will your divorce impact these benefits?
Divorce is not an easy thing to go through. When you’re divorcing someone with mental illness, it can be even more difficult.
Developing some useful new habits – such as eliminating negative thoughts & people from your life – will help you get through this difficult time.