More and more divorced couples are agreeing on 50/50 custody. It takes some getting used to, but here are ways children benefit from this situation.
If you have children and are going through a divorce you'll naturally have concerns about who to the divorce process will impact child custody.
Mothers who give up custody of a child should not be judged harshly or viewed negatively. There are times when giving up custody is the proper thing to do.
In order to change a parenting plan, you must prove there is a "material change in circumstances." Life happens, and we're here to help.
My biggest regret was not filing for and having full custody of my daughter when I had the chance. Instead, I agreed to 50/50 custody and she has paid for it.
Sometimes we get so caught up on wanting to be nice that we forget what's important. Not asking for child support is an idiotic move for a mother to make.
Being a single parent is tough enough. Not getting child support makes it even tougher. Find out what to do if your ex stops paying child support.
Contested custody cases are not for the faint of heart. Here are a few universal thoughts you will likely have through a contested custody case.
Custody after divorce can be complicated, and that is especially true if you and your former spouse are living in different states.
Domestic abusers make up a high percentage of fathers seeking custody and they are winning in courtrooms around the United States
A custody battle is an anxiety-provoking experience at an already stressful time. Follow these must-do's for the least amount of battle scars.
After going through the divorce process for almost a year, I have a better understanding why child support and visitation are two separate issues.
Parents endanger children with these three child custody myths that minimize the risk of emotional harm to children in custody and access battles.
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I'm getting divorced. I have an IRA, my ex has a 401K, We own a house together as well as a lake house. Does it really matter what marital assets I get?