Although parents and children alike look forward to the fun and relaxation summer brings, the longer days bring challenges for sharing custody. It may seem counter intuitive, but the best way to ensure a carefree summer is flexible planning for custody from both parents before the season arrives. With the end of the school year just over a month away, now is the time to start thinking about revising custody arrangements for summer months.
You and your spouse have been jointly planning on retirement for years. Now that you are filing for divorce, your future is unpredictable. While you may be ready for a fresh start, you may also be concerned about your future retirement prospects.
You and your spouse have decided to divorce, and you are now dealing with many daunting questions. Who gets to keep your family mementos? Is it better to mediate your divorce, or litigate? How will you reach a custody arrangement?
When going through a divorce, many people rely on a support system of friends and family. Airing your grievances to a friendly ear can be very helpful in sorting out your emotions—as long as you are doing it in private, and not on social media.
Dividing marital assets in a divorce and losing the income from a spouse can make it very difficult to continue living in the same manner you did during your marriage. If you are unable to maintain that standard of living, then you may be eligible to receive spousal support.
If you know the phrase “Marvin claim,” you probably know the name comes from the palimony breakup of actor Lee Marvin (The Dirty Dozen) and long-term girlfriend Michelle Triola.
It’s never easy sending your child off to college. It’s a huge life transition for the child moving into adulthood and for the parents. It isn’t any easier when you are sending away your child alongside your ex-spouse.