January 2019 Archives

Mutual respect is a cornerstone of child custody cases

When you have children and go through a divorce, you have to deal with your ex on the child custody matters. You should work as a team to make this happen. Unfortunately, not all exes can do this. When there are contentious elements to the split, things might be difficult.

Think about how you can balance property division decisions

Going through a divorce isn't anything that is going to be easy. You have to take the time to evaluate your future and figure out how you can make the best out of a difficult situation. While you might need to work through the terms of the divorce, you also need to work through your own thoughts and emotions. Trying to figure out everything during a tumultuous time can be a challenge, but if you meet it head on, you might find that you fare better.

Consider these 5 points about prenuptial agreements

Before you walk down the aisle, you need to determine whether a prenuptial agreement can benefit you or not. While you might think that the answer is that it can't, you might be shocked to learn that you can reap great benefits even if you don't have considerable assets going into the marriage.

Sibling rivalry might get worse during a divorce

Parents have to deal with sibling rivalry even in the best of circumstances. When they divorce, the children might have a worsening rivalry that is difficult to handle. There are many reasons that rivalries get worse during divorce, so finding the one or combination that are causing the problem in your home can be a challenge.

Focus on self-improvement when kids are with their other parent

One of the most difficult things for parents to cope with as part of a child custody agreement is having time without the kids when they are with the other parent. Instead of looking at this in a negative manner, you can use this time to improve yourself. Feeling better about yourself and the direction of your life can vastly improve your parenting relationship.

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