Working with your ex through custody issues may difficult for some Colorado parents, but that doesn't make it any less necessary. The confusing and emotional aspects of divvying up time with your children often sparks heated feelings and can make the process that much more troublesome. For some parents, learning about how other states regard these difficult situations might help to see your options and come to an agreement you're both comfortable with.
With a hearing pending, one child star finds herself in the middle of a family struggle that is splashed on media sites all over the nation. Colorado residents may have heard of Ariel Winter, the younger of two sisters on the hit show Modern Family. While her work life continues to cause joy and laughter for people all across the nation, her home life is doing just the opposite.
Colorado couples going through a divorce have a myriad of issues they're dealing with at once, including several that can't afford for them to be emotionally unstable. While there are times when being busy and working hard can help distract you from the traumatic shift you're dealing with at home, it may not always be so helpful. Some sources are recognizing that working while you are going through a divorce can sometimes have negative effects on both you and your employer.
Paying child support is often a part of getting a divorce for parents who live in Colorado and elsewhere. Working out an agreement that the non-custodial parent can comply with is a good way to start on the right foot, but sometimes there are cases when one party isn't able to make their contribution to child support. In that instance, unless they are able to come up with it, they could face legal repercussions, especially if the payments are grossly past-due.
Marrying someone from another country often involves a lot of visas, travelling and proof of relationships, but what if you're trying to divorce someone from another country? Colorado residents who are involved in a relationship with a person who has citizenship in another nation may be aware of the difficult divorce process for dual-national marriages. One source recently went through some of the different ways this tricky dissolution can cause more divorce distress.
Getting a divorce can mean many different things to your kids. Colorado parents going through the process may be experiencing difficulty with how to adjust to the new lifestyle and how to be an example for their kids at the same time. Teens especially can be affected by divorce but outwardly seem fine. Whether you are the custodial parent or not, understanding that your actions affect your children can help you to better understand what they're going through.
It is well-known that some divorces take longer than others. One celebrity couple that has been trying to settle their divorce for a year is now being thought to be rather at odds with one another over their divorce settlement still. Actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have been working on an official dissolution for some time now, and have been separated from one another for a year. The actors have been married since 2005 and have suffered their share of tabloid rumors and reportedly are continuing to have difficulty moving on.
Being a child of a divorce is different for everyone, and it can be easy to believe it will get easier as your parents get older and you become an adult, but that may not always be the case. When Colorado parents become unable to care for themselves, it often falls to their children to take care of their estate and plan for their health - a task that can be made that much more difficult when the parents are no longer together. Recent studies have shown that more and more couples over 50 are getting divorced recently, in fact the number has doubled in the last twenty years. So what is an adult to do when both parents want their time and help?
Child custody is an emotional thing to process and can be very difficult to discuss. Colorado parents going through a divorce have most likely found how trying a custody dispute can be, but there are some who will go to extremes to ensure their custody requests are met. One woman is making national headlines recently due to her conviction of bribing a 380th District Court judge in her custody case.
Being that October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it's an appropriate time to look at all of the different ways in which domestic violence is being done and affecting people. One group of victims that you may not have expected to have numbers so high is being given some helpful steps to take when abused by their family.