Even in the best of circumstances, divorce can be difficult for children. Children are often resistant to change: adapting to new schedules and surroundings, learning to live with one parent at a time, and getting along with possible new stepsiblings or half-siblings are all big changes, ones which can challenge
When it comes to divorcing and family law, things get complicated quickly. It’s essential to know your rights regarding your children. Presented here are some common myths every parent should be made aware of during divorce or custody proceedings. Myth: A parent’s failure to pay child support can result in
Divorce is described as one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. Add children to the mix, coupled with questions of custody, support, and visitation, and emotions and stress can reach a breaking point. Wading through this difficult time calls for the help of a professional such as
Child custody cases are often facilitated when both parents live in close proximity of each other and visitation is possible.
It can be one of the toughest parental obligations to break it to your kids that their parents will no longer be living together.
In the instance of a divorce or separation, the court will sometimes award joint legal custody of children to both parents, as long as both are viewed as competent caretakers.
Filing for divorce once meant that one spouse had to have committed a wrongdoing against the other in order to be qualified for a divorce.