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.
It's not easy when you come to the realization that your marriage is no longer viable. When you finally admit to yourself that there's no saving your relationship, it can make things a little bit easier on you and your spouse when headed for divorce. So, how do you handle the end of your marriage? Dealing with the emotions of divorce is never easy. Let's explore different ways to handle this stressful situation in today's post.
The day you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with your significant other is an exciting one. You buy a ring, plan the proposal and begin to plan your shared life. But, what if you have substantially larger assets than your future spouse? How can you protect your resources if things later go south in your marriage? One way is by signing a prenuptial agreement.
Going through a divorce is tough enough. To make matters worse, the ensuing child custody battle won't be much easier, especially if you truly do not get along with your former spouse. Even though you need to do things in the best interest of your children, it can be difficult to overlook how you were hurt by your former spouse. Let's examine the parental relocation hearing in today's post.
Moving on with your life after finalizing a divorce is never easy. Even if you knew your marriage was not going to survive another day, it can still be difficult to accept that you must now go back to living alone. It can be even more difficult when there are children involved in the equation. So, how does a divorce impact your mental health?
A judge has issued a child support order following your divorce in Louisville. Now what do you do? You must begin paying the support in the full amount via the method listed on the order.
With the summer in full swing in Louisville, Kentucky it can mean only one thing: vacation. It's almost a rite of passage to go on a family vacation during the summer months. It's still possible to do even if you are divorced, separated or living based on a child custody agreement. Here are some tips for planning vacations this summer around child custody agreements.
An uncontested divorce is the goal of every couple going through a divorce in Kentucky. Why? This divorce is the easier of the two because you can avoid going to court, unlike a contested divorce. Let's take a look at how you can secure an uncontested divorce in today's post so you can make sure your divorce goes as smoothly as possible.
Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult times in life. Despite this, knowing ahead of time that the marriage is over can be an advantage. When it comes to the marital home, you have a couple of options. One spouse can keep it and live in it with the children. Both spouses could choose to remain in the home. Or, you could sell the home and split the proceeds. Here's why you need to sell it before you get divorced.