You're divorcing, and you have to consider what's best for your children. You want to create a parenting arrangement that gives them time with you and your spouse, but you don't want to overwhelm them. What's the right thing to do?
When you separate from your spouse, one of the things that might become an issue is your child custody arrangement. If you're only separated, how do you create a plan that works for you?
If you're getting a divorce or considering one, one of the things you might recall is that people have, for many years, stated that being in a marriage is healthier for you. That could make you feel like you're failing or that you need to work harder, but the truth is that not all marriages are meant to last. While you work with your attorney on the specifics of your divorce, keep this interesting study in mind.
You're going through a divorce, and you know that there has to be some give and take. Although that's the case, the last thing you want is to be back to square one financially. So, how can you prevent your spouse from getting more than his fair share? Here are a few ways to protect your finances.