Children can be very susceptible to all the changes going on in a divorce. When structure and a certain routine is what they are used to, it can be very upsetting for them when they face all of the changes going on without a strong support system.
If you are a father, it can be devastating to feel as though you are not getting the time that you deserve with your child. It is therefore vital that you understand what needs to be done in order to make a compelling child custody case and ensure that your relationship with your child is protected.
Sometimes a divorce ruling might not have been what you wanted to hear, and as a result, the consequences can feel devastating. You always have a legal right to appeal the ruling; however, you are wise to question whether this is a good idea, both in terms of the finances that you put at risk as well as your chances of success in the appeal.
Going through a divorce can create a whole host of different scenarios for families. It can involve shared custody scenarios, where children effectively live between two homes, but it can also mean that blended families are created.
When you are a custodian of a child, the responsibilities go far beyond the simple visitations that you have with your child. You, of course, have the duty to love, protect, and help them grow up to be responsible adults. With these responsibilities, you will have to take them for medical consultations from time to time.
Divorce settlements are usually looked at as a final statement, set in stone, that can be brushed aside and never looked at again. Although many divorcees would rather move on with their lives and never have to think about the stress and unsettlement that going through a divorce can bring, the reality is that on occasion a divorce settlement should be reconsidered, because some of the terms are not working for one of the individuals.
Either receiving or paying alimony can be a very complex when it comes to how it relates to taxes. It is important to make sure you know what is tax deductible and what you are likely to owe. If you are receiving alimony, this should be taxed as alimony. Similarly, if you are paying alimony, you should deduct this from your income tax since your former spouse will be paying the tax owed on receipt of the alimony.
It extremely common for a spouse to be unhappy with the judge's divorce ruling. When this is the case, you always have the right to appeal, but you may wonder whether it is the right thing to do and whether an appeal will be worth your trouble.
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?