Now that the school season is back in full swing, it is time for newly divorced parents to evaluate how they are going to handle some of the basic challenges that come with this time of year. There are many different things that you need to consider so that you and your children have as little stress as possible.
Many situations can complicate a divorce. Owning a second home is one of these. There are some instances in which things are straightforward, such as when each party agrees about who gets which home and is able to get mortgages and other documents in order.
Prenuptial agreements are important documents for many engaged couples. Not only do these help to protect both parties in the event of a divorce, they also help to set the stage for the finances during the marriage. Before you start drafting the agreement, there are some important points you need to remember.
The back-to-school season is a time of readjustment for parents and children. After having the summer off, trying to get back into the swing of the early morning, homework and projects might not be easy. Some families will have it even rougher this year due to a separation or divorce over the summer. This adds another struggle to the mix as the parents try to figure out how to make the new schedule work.
When you are married, you and your spouse work toward the shared goal of keeping the house up and running, including paying the bills. When both spouses work, there are two sources of income as well. If you go through a divorce, you might struggle to pay those same expenses.