Grandparents don't have an automatic right to see their grandchildren in the state of Nebraska. That means that you may need to take steps to protect that precious relationship.
Divorce attorneys make great marriage counselors. After all, they're privy to a front-line view of all the things that lead to divorce.
No matter how you feel about your ex-spouse, he or she is still your child's other parent. That means you both have to learn how to handle the post-divorce parenting changes -- together.
Is it time to consider how you want to protect your child's future if you aren't here to do it personally?
Unexpected pregnancies happen -- and when they do, the decision about how to proceed, or even if to proceed, can be heartbreaking.
When age or disability robs someone of the ability to handle their own financial affairs, they need someone to step into the role of a legal guardian in order to be protected from unscrupulous people that would happily prey on them (and their bank accounts).
Being in the middle of a divorce can bring up a lot of negative feelings -- anger, jealousy, betrayal, loss and (perhaps above all) loneliness.
Do you already know that this is your last Christmas with your kids and spouse as a united family? If so, you aren't alone.
How do you handle the first holiday season after your divorce?
The first Christmas after a divorce is often the worst holiday challenge parents have to face -- every tradition you've had over the last few years is suddenly turned upside down or inside out.