If you are recently divorced or considering a separation or divorce, you may be concerned with how to manage your emotions, your children's emotions and your finances. While child support is intended to help ease the financial burden on the parent who provides most of the child's necessities, such as housing, food and electricity, there are many areas in which child support cannot be used. It is important to understand the expenses for which child support can and cannot be used so that you can properly budget and plan accordingly for life on your own. Please note that child support does not typically cover the following.
Summer is not just a time for sun and fun. It's also a time when many families take advantage of the school break to relocate for a parent's career, new educational opportunities for the children, or to be closer to distant family. If the parents are still married, then it's usually not a big deal. Yes, they will have to say goodbye to their old home, but the prospect of starting a new life somewhere else is exciting, as is the idea of exploring their new locale as a family.
If you have children and are seeking a divorce in Nebraska, one of the things you will be required to do is to create a parenting plan. This document is required by statute and is expected to be the cooperative result of both parents.
For a lot of people, keeping the house in a divorce is the thing they're most concerned with, at least when considering property division. However, is this really a wise way to spend your time and energy? To find out, you must consider your specific situation.