Here’s what you can do if you feel your parental rights are being challenged.
In my work as a divorce coach, and personally through my own divorce recovery, I have found there is one tool that has grounded me during whatever stage of transition I’m experiencing, and the start of the new year is the perfect time to revisit this gem.
It’s just this simple: divorce can ruin you financially.
Let’s face it, it’s a challenge for parents to create new traditions and devise a plan to survive the holidays. For the recently divorced parent, the holidays can be an emotional, stressful, and perhaps a lonely time of year – especially if they don’t have new traditions and support systems in place.
Getting a child support order can be difficult, especially when you’re just starting to navigate the divorce process. Here is a step-by-step guide to getting one.
Apologizing and granting forgiveness will allow you and your partner to move out of the role of victim and stop letting wounds from the past fester. Remember to give each other the benefit of the doubt and be receptive to learning effective ways to repair hurt feelings.
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Child support is typically meant to cover a child’s basic expenses such as food, housing, and basic clothing.
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.
The Court may order the sale of a property if it is confirmed that not selling the home could negatively impact one spouse financially.