Child custody agreements are often very fragile since they are mostly mutual agreements between two people that have decided to separate from each other. Therefore, when a custodial parent decides to relocate with his or her child, it can cause a lot of damage to the mutual trust that has been built, and can potentially breach the child custody agreement, too.
When going through a divorce or establishing co-parenting routines, getting clarity around visitation schedules is vital. This blog will give a brief overview on the types of visitation schedules and what they mean.
If your ex-spouse has lost his or her job, does it mean that he or she will be able to pay less child support?
One large factor in going through a divorce is making sure that the financial assets are reallocated fairly, and that any tax implications are dealt with properly. This blog will present a brief overview of how divorce and the transfer of assets may affect your taxes.
The divorce rate is dropping across the United States. Time Magazine even reported that in 2016, the national divorce rate hit a 40-year low.