The terms of your divorce can either set you up for success in the future or tear you down and make it hard to rebuild. Obviously, your goal is the first option. We know that you want a divorce settlement that is in your best interests and we are here to work toward that goal.
The end of a marriage is a trying time for many people. If your ex sprung a divorce unexpectedly on you, it might feel like you are trying to rush to catch up. It is important for you to take stock of the situation and learn about what's coming so you can protect your own interests. We can help you do this and come up with solutions to address the issues that are present in your case.
The financial impact of a divorce is difficult for some women to manage. In the short term, you have your normal bills to pay, but you also have the expenses that are directly related to the divorce. This can put an even bigger strain on your bank account right now.
Having to deal with issues related to your children can be troublesome. The problems you will face are increased when you are dealing with a child custody arrangement. It is imperative to ensure you are complying with the terms of the order, so that you don't face future legal issues. We realize that settling into this situation isn't always easy, so we are here to help you go through the order so you can understand what you need to do and what your ex is expected to do.
Child support ensures that both parents are helping to cover the cost of rearing the child. This is sometimes a very contentious matter, but it is one that must be resolved. It is imperative that the adults in these matters remember that support payments are meant to provide a good life for the child.
The end of a marriage brings up a lot of emotions and decisions. If you and your ex have children, they will have some major changes to adjust to as well. Thinking about the best way to help them as you deal with the situation yourself can be overwhelming. You may find that addressing issues one at a time is beneficial. We are here to help you find out about your legal options for different situations that may arise during your divorce.
Parenting your children is a difficult task, even in the best situations. Things can get even more complex when you are divorced. It is important that you think carefully about what you want to do about custody issues. Dispelling common myths might be helpful.
One thing that makes divorce so difficult to deal with is the emotional toll that it takes on each person. You need to be prepared for the way that the end of your marriage might impact you during the process, as well as in the period after it.
Keeping your focus on co-parenting isn't always easy. Since you and your ex aren't in a relationship any longer, it can be rather difficult to have to deal with him or her on a regular basis, but you have to because of the children.
Kentucky is making waves among divorcing parents as it becomes the first of the states to establish the idea of joint custody for both parents as the default legal option.