Divorcing parents usually understand the importance of a carefully worded divorce decree and parenting plan -- but even the most detailed plan can make mistakes in wording that can have serious consequences. Sometimes, wording with a meaning that seems "obvious" to one parent will still leave plenty of room for the other parent to bend the agreement more to their liking.
You know that you want to ask for a divorce. Now you just want to talk to your spouse.
Unfortunately, Omaha has not been spared the blight of the effects of opioid addiction that have cast a pall over the entire country. Lives have been lost and families splintered in the wake of this scourge.
With the end of your marriage, you enter a new stage in your life with your ex. Now the two of you are co-parents. You have to work together even though you're not married and you may both move on with your romantic lives. You still have to share the portions of your life that include the kids.
A divorce and child custody agreement typically addresses a number of issues, from where children will live to where they will go to school to where they will spend the holidays.
Our world is full of different types of family units. Many couples marry before they decide to add kids to the family. Others choose to raise their children without ever getting married. We believe that the choice of marrying or not to raise children together belongs solely to the parties involved in these relationships.
Are you struggling to maintain a healthy marriage? Are you worried that there's nothing you can do to fix the problems in your marriage? If so, you've likely already considered divorce. If this is the case, you likely knew that it was on the horizon. But what if you aren't sure? Today, we will take a look at the signs that warn divorce could be forthcoming.
Mental health professionals have long believed that the ability of parents to get along is the most critical factor in children's post-divorce well-being.