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November 2019 Archives

Should you ask for a divorce before or after the holidays?

You've reached the point in your marriage where you're ready to tell your spouse that you want a divorce. With the end of the year closing in, is it better to have one last holiday season together and wait until the new year to announce your intentions? Should you do it now rather than pretend that everything is fine over the holidays?

Why a custody battle with a spouse in recovery may not be wise

If you're divorcing a spouse who has had alcohol and/or drug abuse issues and the two of you have children, it's only natural that your concern for their safety and well-being is paramount. You may have determined that you want full custody of the kids -- particularly if your co-parent is still struggling with substance abuse or maybe doesn't believe that they have a problem. Even if your co-parent is in recovery, you may be concerned about a relapse.

Protecting your parenting time from indirect interference

When parents separate or divorce, it can take months or even years to learn how to work together to raise their child and respect each other's rights and boundaries. In many cases, parents never seem to be able to find common ground, and one or both of them may continue to violate the other's rights and boundaries throughout the process of raising their child and beyond.

Making a case for child custody if you have a mental illness

Fortunately, mental health issues don't carry the stigma they once did. In general, it's much easier than it used to be for people to acknowledge that they have a problem and seek help. This can include therapy, medication or a combination of the two.

Parents' battle over child's gender attracts political attention

Divorced parents can disagree about many things related to their children's upbringing. However, two Texas parents can't agree on the gender of their child. The court battle has attracted the attention of the governor, other Texas politicians and conservative media.

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