Spousal support is an essential part of many people's divorces. Without this support, there is a probability that many ex-spouses would struggle to make ends meet or would not have what they need financially to help them go back to school or look for a job.
A father does not have fewer rights than a mother just by virtue of being male. It's something that fathers must remember to protect themselves. Biases in court are not only unfair but also illegal.
When you're offered a new job, it's an exciting feeling. If it comes with a raise and is in a location you've been wanting to move to, it's even better. What's not great is when that job comes with the realization that you may not be able to bring your child.
Are you worried that your marriage has taken a bad turn? Do you get the feeling that things are so bad they cannot be fixed? If so, it might be that divorce is headed your way. How can you truly know? For starters, there are some glaring signs you need to be aware of in your marriage that almost always point to the couple getting a divorce.
Parenting after divorce is often portrayed as chaotic and difficult. While it does have its challenges, the reality is that it can actually help you become an even better parent than you were before.
It happens. Married couples split up and one spouse relocates to a different state. The question is, which state do you get divorced in?