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December 2017 Archives

Understand what a child support modification can do for you

Many people know that child support is something that isn't going to stop until the child is at least 18 years old. What many people don't realize is that it is possible to get these orders modified when there are circumstances that warrant the change. Knowing what to expect during this process might help you determine if you need to take steps to change the child support order.

Do I have to give up my inheritance during my divorce?

During the divorce process, you may have questions regarding whether your spouse has rights to an inheritance you acquired while married. For instance, your uncle might have passed away and left you assets in his will, but did not mention your spouse even though he knew you were married.

Co-parenting might not work for every situation

Co-parenting is something that might not work for all parents who aren't in a committed relationship for each other. This type of parenting arrangement means that you and your ex will have to work closely together to create a cohesive and consistent life for your children.

Keep your children at the heart of all divorce decisions

The day that one parent decides to divorce is the first day in a life of change for the children. Some people try to make sure that the children fare well throughout the process. This means different things for different families so you have to figure out what will work for you.

What can I do if my ex is getting rid of our marital assets?

Facing a divorce can be stressful. On top of dealing with the emotional aspect of ending your marriage, you may also be understandably worried about your financial future. A spiteful soon-to-be ex can exasperate these worries.

Keep family law issues out of holiday dinners

Events over the holiday season are stressful enough without bringing family law matters into them. In fact, trying to bring up points about these matters might make family members very uncomfortable and could ruin the holiday season. Even if it is difficult, it might be best to keep your thoughts and concerns quiet until after the holiday season.

Make sure you understand what's included in a parenting agreement

The parenting agreement is the backbone of the parenting relationship you will have after your divorce. It includes important information about the child's visitation schedule and other facets of the child's life. Even if you aren't too familiar with the parenting agreement, you will need to get one in place so that you can get the divorce over with and move on to your new life.

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