Custody negotiations are one of the most emotional and difficult parts of getting a divorce. Many parents have not spent days away from their children, and now have to adjust to being away from them for days at a time. You have every right to feel worried, even if your child is with his or her other parent. Here are some things to keep in mind when you deal with the feelings of your child being out of your custody and with the other parent:
7 November 2019
Have you recently settled a divorce with your former spouse and now are owed child support due to the court judgement? If so, there are some things that you should keep in mind about how child support works so that you do not make mistakes along the way. Always Accept Payments In Dollars When you have expenses for a child, it can be very tempting to accept support payments in methods other than cash.
8 August 2019
A divorce is a tumultuous time. If you own a business, the process can be more frustrating and complex. When money is at stake, the process of ending a marriage can be complicated. The goal is to get through the divorce process with few interruptions to your business if you can. To help protect your business during a divorce, consider the following: Get a Postnuptial Agreement If you expect to get a divorce in the near future, consider getting a postnuptial agreement.
31 May 2019
No matter how amicable your divorce starts out, there are going to be some bumps in the divorce process. If you have children, you will need to establish a parenting plan as soon as possible. When your marriage has considerable assets, you will need to figure out how those assets are going to be disbursed. When one party has a large retirement investment and the other has nothing, you'll need to establish how this is going to be divided fairly in your divorce.
14 March 2019
Many people are surprised to learn that single-car crashes are so common and also that they can be so devastating. The truth is that these accidents are so deadly because they typically involve a collision with something stationary that does not move easily, prompting a serious impact. If you are involved in a single-car collision, you may have legal recourse. You may be able to pursue a case against another driver, a property owner, or a manufacturer.
30 January 2019