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Why You Should Involve Your Children in Certain Child Custody Discussions

 

Determining how to handle child custody is one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce involving minor children. Neither parent wants to sacrifice time with the children, especially when those children are too young to fully understand that their parents are separating. Usually it is best to keep children out of discussions involving the […]

Common Post-Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

When the divorce is over and the paperwork is finalized, most believe the hard part is finished.  While it is true that most of the litigation and negotiation is finished, there is still work to be done. Both parties must grow accustomed to living life as a single person while simultaneously adhering to their court […]

Three Ways to Move on After Your Divorce

It can take a man or woman years to move on after getting a divorce. A divorce is one of the most emotionally stressful and financially devastating things that a person can experience. Even a person who truly wants to end a marriage can expect to feel a sense of loss as he or she […]

Surprising Paternity Fraud Facts

Paternity fraud is a criminal offense in the United States that occurs when a man is led to believe that he is the biological father of a child who is not really his. Men who are given false information regarding the paternity of a child often suffer irreparable emotional and financial harm. A man may […]

Do Not Let Emotion Outweigh Reality During Property Division

 

Every divorce, even an amicable one, is extremely emotional for everyone involved. A divorce signals the end of a relationship and a significant period in a person’s life. During a time when emotions are running high, it is difficult to make professional and financial decisions. Unfortunately, a large part of all divorces is negotiating details […]

Three Things You Should Never do When Trying to Prove Infidelity

Fidelity is the cornerstone of marriage upon which trust is built. A couple’s loyalty to each other is often one of the few consistent aspects of an uncertain life, and when one spouse feels as though that trust is broken, the entire relationship can quickly deteriorate. Once a person begins suspecting his or her spouse […]

Should You Ask for a Prenup?

A growing number of adults are utilizing prenuptial agreements that were once deemed only beneficial to the wealthy. A person considering marriage might be unsure if investing in a prenup is right for his or her individual situation. Asking a future spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement is not something that is done lightly, so […]

Four Things You Need to Know About Custody Agreements

Parental kidnapping and expensive legal battles are often headline news as parents from all backgrounds fight for custody of their children. Eventually, a custody agreement is made that outlines the rights and responsibilities of each parent while looking out for the best interest of the child. Since most people do not discuss custody cases until […]

Divorce Warning Signs

Couples who get married in the United States have a 50% chance of getting a divorce. In spite of these high divorce rates and readily available marriage statistics, adults are still often blindsided by their spouse’s divorce filings. While there is no sure way to predict that a divorce is inevitable, there are often signs […]

Travel Tips for Noncustodial Parents

The holiday season is one of the busiest travel times of the year. During Thanksgiving and Christmas, a large number of travelers take long-distance trips to spend time with their families, often leading to crowded airports or traffic-clogged roadways. For a noncustodial parent, the holiday season is one of the few times when parent and […]