What Goes Into Deciding Child Custody Arrangements?

Posted on: 30 January 2019

When you and your spouse get a divorce and you have children, one of your top decisions will be about your child custody. While some people are able to make amicable agreements on their own, most people have to work with the courts and a divorce attorney to come up with a fair division of custody. The following are some things you need to keep in mind if you are working on a child custody situation in court:
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Pros And Cons Of Divorcing A Military Spouse While He/She Is Deployed

Posted on: 21 December 2018

Being the spouse of a member of the military certainly has its good times, but it can also present numerous challenges. Ideally, you and your spouse will be able to work through any issues that you're facing, but it's also possible that you may feel as though divorce is the best outcome for you. Divorce is never easy, but your situation can present unique challenges — especially if your spouse is deployed when you decide to divorce him or her.
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Impact Of Remarriage On Custody Arrangements

Posted on: 25 October 2018

If you have remarried after a divorce, and you have children from the previous marriage, you should educate yourself on how your current marital status may the custodial arrangement. Not that, from your point of view, remarriage may have both positive and negative effects on child custody. Positive Effects The New Spouse Has Grounded You One of the ways in which remarriage can improve your custody prospects are if it has made you more valuable, responsible, or generally a better parent.
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What To Do If Your Ex Returns Your Child Support

Posted on: 21 September 2018

You might think that a custodial spouse would want as much money as he or she could get for child support. However, sometimes an ex-spouse wants nothing to do with the other ex-spouse, to the point of returning any child support money in an attempt to cut off contact. Your instinct might be to just stop sending child support, but do not do that. If your ex returns your child support funds, you have a major problem on your hands.
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