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Going through a divorce can be difficult and heart wrenching for many reasons – especially if children are involved. Having children can make a divorce more complicated because parents always want their children to grow up in the best situation possible. While a divorce can be difficult on everyone involved, there are ways to make […]
One of the major worries that many experience when going through a high net worth divorce is that of protecting their assets, and rightfully so. Assets can make or break someone’s future and can also impact the future of their children if children are involved. Due to this, when someone who has been in this […]
Many couples who are experiencing difficulties in their marriage consider separating from their spouse before taking that drastic next step of getting a divorce. They may try to take time apart to sort out their differences in hope that they can come together again to reconcile their marriage – especially if their marriage is more […]
Many divorcing couples have a laundry list of items that they know will be a part of their divorce communications and settlement – their children, house, cars, family business, vacation rental, 401K, etc. However, one item that many people do not think to add to this list is the subject of college for their children. […]
Being a parent is not an easy job. While it is extremely rewarding, it also comes with its own set of challenges. When a couple gets a divorce, child custody can create additional hurdles. For example, creating a custody schedule that both parents are comfortable with and learning to cope when their children are with […]
Many changes will occur in an individual’s life after a divorce is final. One of those things may be how you spend time with your children. Unless there are negative factors involved–such as domestic violence or substance abuse–you may be in a position where you are now a co-parent sharing custody of your children with […]
There is a lot of information out there about divorce – how do you file for a divorce, what is the divorce process like, what are the laws in my state; however, there is not much discussion regarding the events that occur after the divorce has been finalized. After the divorce decree has been issued, […]
One of the most stressful and emotional parts of a divorce may involve the children and the possible battle over custody of the children. Not only does the custody battle decide how you will spend your time with your children, but it can also have a major effect on your finances – especially if child […]
Divorces are emotional and complicated, and the last thing you want is to settle your divorce and feel that you were not treated equitably. Each divorce is unique and there are many ways they can be exceptionally complicated such as adding family businesses, high net worth individuals, or complex support or alimony to the equation. […]
Children who experience a divorce in their family can be affected in many ways, some of which are negative and long-term, which is why protecting them and being a supportive parent throughout the process is as important as ever. When working with an attorney regarding child custody, be sure to stress the importance of protecting […]