Thinking about divorce, most people focus on the legal aspect and the division of things obtained while they were married. This is understandable because these factors can impact the remainder of your life. You should also remember that you will have another facet of life to deal with – your emotional healing.
Before you walk down the aisle, you need to think about how you are going to protect yourself in case anything happens, and the marriage doesn't last. One way that you can do this is to get a prenuptial agreement signed. This isn't something that you can do at the last minute. Instead, it has to be done at a time when your betrothed will have ample opportunity to review the terms.
When you are going through a divorce, you might opt to go through mediation to come to the agreement about the terms with your ex. While traditional mediation uses only a mediator during the proceedings, a newer form of meditation is becoming more common.
A common question that divorce attorneys are asked by spouses when either one or both are of advanced age is what impact that factor may have on how their divorce proceedings will go. The truth is that age can impact many different aspects of your Kentucky case from how child custody and support are handled to how alimony awards are made and how property division matters are settled.
Many people with experience in relationships will say that deciding who you marry is the most important choice you will ever make. This may feel especially true during a divorce, as the wrong person can cause a lot of heartache and trouble toward the end. Fortunately, getting a divorce in Kentucky is not necessarily the most difficult experience you will have to encounter.
Why would a person want a private divorce? Someone may feel like their financial or career future is in jeopardy because of the end of a marriage. More acutely, someone may feel unsafe in a relationship or a community because of a marriage or its impending end. Either way, it's a relatively simple matter to hide a divorce away in records, although it's not necessarily easy for people who want that option.
Divorce is never an easy decision to make, especially when people still feel some sort of attachment to their spouses. And it is not an easy process, often taking more legal involvement than a marriage in the first place.
Filing for divorce does not have to be as difficult as everyone makes it out to be, especially if you know how to communicate effectively with your soon-to-be former spouse. The way you communicate with your partner during the divorce process will determine if things will go smoothly or take a different path. So, how can you communicate effectively during divorce?
Some couples will stay in a failing marriage because they have children. Other couples will end the marriage even if they have children because they don't want to lie to their children or cause them any further emotional harm. Either way, it's a difficult decision for parents to make and one that must be considered deeply. Today, we will discuss the emotional impact of divorce on children.
The new school year is upon us and parents all across Kentucky are sending their children back to school. There are so many emotions parents and children experience at the start of a new school year. Many of those emotions can be tempered when co-parents have a plan in place to make the year the best one yet for the child. Here are some tips co-parents should follow this year.