Many people feel the ramifications of a divorce long after getting out of court. For parents, that is no more evident than when they have to decide who the kids will spend the holidays with.
The New Year means it may be the time you decide to file for divorce. However, before you jump right into it, you should take some careful steps. Getting a divorce can leave your finances in tatters if you are not ready for the process.
New York grandparents can get court ordered visitation with their grandkids, but only under certain situations, or even uncertain situations. The statutory scheme allowing for a court to interfere in a parent’s decision to not allow visitation is not overly clear.
It's always stressful to consider divorce as the next step of your marital relationship. Many parents actually try to avoid divorce until the children have left for college or moved out to spare additional upheaval. However, staying together for the sake of the children may not always be the best option for you or them. But new research is indicating that the harmful effects of divorce are not just limited to emotional distress. What should you do?
Divorce is difficult at the best of times. It gets even more complicated when you add children into the mix. The emotional tug of war begins during the separation with each spouse determined to keep their child as close as possible.
Schools out! That means you are probably planning for some escape time with your kids. However, when shared custody is part of your life, planning that beach time can be real challenge without further igniting the uncomfortable relationship with your ex. Keep these tips in mind when working out the family planner this year.
It is known that many spouses hide assets— especially in the months or years preceding a divorce. It is tricky to determine where all of the money is when one spouse owns a business or is secretive about their finances. There are plenty of ways to stash assets when one spouse wants to avoid paying alimony or child support.
After 30 years of marriage you and your husband have decided to get a divorce. You’ve built quite a life together over the last three decades and the thought of starting fresh is overwhelming. Where do you even begin?