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Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce


Money Beyond Child Support: The Limitations Of Child Support And How To Provide For Other Needs

In most states, child support is always awarded to the primary custodial parent. If parents have joint placement and custody, and both parents make close to equal wages, support is not granted. Other unusual custody arrangements may warrant the award of child support to one parent. However, child support rarely covers all of a child's needs and expenses. In fact, even with an equal contribution by both parents for the same daily monetary allotment, the amount barely covers what children eat in a day, let alone clothing, housing, activities, etc. Read More 

Tips For Transitioning To Co-Parenting With Your Ex-Spouse

If you're in the midst of a divorce, one of the things your lawyer is going to tell you is that you need to come to a co-parenting agreement with your spouse as part of the settlement. Especially in emotionally-charged divorces, this can be difficult. Before you find yourself faced with an order from the judge to work it out, here are some tips to help you make the transition from spouses to co-parents. Read More 

Credit Card Debt And Marital Debt: What To Know

The convenience of those little plastic cards can get anyone in trouble, but when a couple gets divorced, those credit card issues could really begin to be complicated. The division of debt means that a couple must make some decisions: to pay it off, to divide it, or to let the courts decide. Read on to learn more about how marital debt, such as credit card debt, is determined in divorce situations. Read More 

3 Tips To Make Joint Custody Easier On Your Child

If you and your child's other parent have agreed on a joint custody agreement, you might be happy about the fact that you both get to spend ample time with your son or daughter. However, you might also be concerned about your child being affected by switching back and forth from one home to another. Luckily, following these tips can help make things easier for your child. 1. Try to Live Close to One Another Read More 

Red Flag Behaviors To Discuss With Your Custody Attorney

If you're in the middle of a divorce and are going to have to go through a difficult custody dispute, then it is important that you prepare for the upcoming battle. You don't want to be blase about it, as it might mean that you either lose custody of your child or end up without the sole custody you desire. You can hire the most competent custody attorney you can find, but it's part of your job as a parent to supply the attorney with the proper information so that they can mount an adequate case. Read More 

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Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce

When it comes to divorce, one of the most challenging aspect is dealing with your children's feelings. They can feel abandoned, depressed, or guilty about the situation, which can affect their schoolwork or social life. Fortunately, divorce doesn't have to destroy your kid's well-being. When I went through my own divorce, I learned some very important skills that helped me to keep my kids content during the proceedings. This blog is all about focusing on your children and knowing how to protect them from a potentially contentious environment. Read more on this website, and feel free to share these articles with others.

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Money Beyond Child Support: The Limitations Of Child Support And How To Provide For Other Needs
15 June 2017

In most states, child support is always awarded to

Tips For A Smoother Divorce
8 June 2017

It is not common for people to consider their divo

Tips For Transitioning To Co-Parenting With Your Ex-Spouse
20 May 2017

If you're in the midst of a divorce, one of the th

Credit Card Debt And Marital Debt: What To Know
15 May 2017

The convenience of those little plastic cards can

3 Tips To Make Joint Custody Easier On Your Child
9 May 2017

If you and your child's other parent have agreed o