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Create a parenting plan or risk the court's decision

It's important to understand what will happen to your child after a divorce. If you and your spouse work together, it's possible to create a parenting plan that benefits you and your child. If you can't work together, the court may make a decision on your behalf that both parties then must abide by.

Your sole custody case is one of a kind, so get the help you need

You want to have your child to yourself. It's not a selfish reason -- you fear for your child's safety and don't want your spouse to have any legal right to make decisions on your child's behalf. If you want sole custody, there are a few things to know.

What is a legal separation?

It may have been a difficult decision, deciding that you want to separate from your spouse. Or, perhaps it was made very easy because of your situation. In either case, this is a legal process that has a number of steps you need to follow.

Don't want to pay alimony? Here are some options

Many articles discuss how people can get alimony from their spouses, but another important question is how to make sure you don't pay alimony if you don't need to. Alimony can affect your finances for a long period of time, so it's no wonder you don't want to pay alimony to a spouse who may not deserve it. How can you make sure you don't pay alimony? There are a few ways.

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