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Divorce

Figuring out the right custody schedule for your child

As a parent who now has to think about how to divide your time with your child, all you want to do is figure out the best custody schedule for them. You need one that works with your responsibilities, but you also want one that makes it easy for your child to see you...

Could video game obsession lead to divorce? 

Video games are very popular, even among adults. Many people in their thirties and forties grew up with video games, so they see them differently than the previous generation. They may spend a lot of time playing them. Unfortunately, this can take a toll on their...

Will divorce make school harder for your kids?

One area of particular concern for divorcing parents is its effect on their children’s schooling. It is an even bigger worry if your child has exams or their final year coming up. The bad news is that divorce will have some adverse effects on their schoolwork. If you...

Have you considered setting up a divorce registry?

When you and your spouse separated, you may have been the one to move out. Now you’ve got a new place to furnish and turn into a home. Maybe you’re the one keeping the family home (at least for now), but your spouse took all the workout equipment or kitchen goods when...

Do extra bank withdrawals mean divorce is coming? 

You're looking over your bank statements for the last year, and you notice something strange. Every time your spouse went to the grocery store, they got cash back with their purchases. They usually took $40 or $60, and it just got lumped in with the rest of the...

Is alimony still awarded in Florida divorces

Contrary to popular belief, alimony—also called spousal support—remains a possibility after a Daytona Beach, Florida divorce. However, it functions much differently than it did in previous eras. When your grandparents or great-grandparents were young, one of the...

Should you be tough or accommodating in a divorce?

You might have heard stories of people whose spouses walked all over them in a divorce. You may also have heard tales of bitter divorces that cost huge amounts of time and money because both spouses dug their heels in and refused to budge. You need to aim somewhere in...

What will your divorce mean for your retirement plans?

Divorce is a disruptive process. It doesn't just end your marriage. It also destabilizes your relationships with many other people, at least for a short while. Your emotions will be more volatile than usual, even if you chose to file and know you made the right...

Will the court make a custody plan for your pet?

You and your spouse bought a dog together when you first got married. You are very excited to welcome this lovable little creature into your lives. Now that you're getting divorced, you're not sure what to do with the dog. Both of you would like to still see your pet,...