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April 2020 Archives

Can you make cohabitating with your spouse during divorce work?

If you and your spouse have chosen to continue to live together in your home as you go through the divorce process, or even for a time after your divorce has been finalized, you're not alone. Some couples do it because they simply can't afford to maintain two homes -- even if one of them is a small apartment. Others do it because they feel it's best for the kids -- perhaps at least until the school year is over.

What co-parents need to consider when their child starts driving

When you and your spouse divorced and worked out your child custody and support agreements, the day when your child would get their driver's license may have seemed too far down the road to think about. Now it's almost here, and you need to consider how you will handle this new level of responsibility and freedom.

Necessary steps for international travel with kids after divorce

Sharing travel adventures with your children can be a great way to bond after a divorce, but the farther you intend to travel, the more legally complicated your situation becomes. Particularly for those who wish to leave the country, possibly to visit family members abroad, post-divorce travel with shared custody can quickly become a complex issue.

Keeping your kids safe online

Maybe you resisted getting your child a cellphone or letting them go on Instagram and other social media sites. However, after you and your spouse split up, you wanted them to be able to talk, text and video chat with the parent they weren't with. Maybe you wanted them to be able to share their vacation adventures and other activities with the parent who was back at home.

Caution is necessary throughout the divorce process

A divorce is a stressful experience for most people, and it tends to bring out some very strong emotions. When you're going through the legal process to end the marriage, you need to focus on protecting your interests. You might know that this means things like disclosing the assets you know about and thinking about your options, but you may not realize that it also means you need to pay close attention to your behavior.

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