Ending a marriage is a decision that most people struggle with and can be made more daunting when children are involved. Our age-by-age guide for addressing divorce with your children can make this transition easier and more effective without causing major distress during this already stressful time.
By now, you might have heard about the tax law signed by President Trump just days before we celebrated the start of 2018. The new tax rates could very well affect your divorce and cause changes to alimony. Amanda Cubit answers questions on the new tax law and alimony in this Q&A.
This spring, a court in Italy ruled that a financially strapped chef can pay child support in the form of pizza in lieu of money. While this story might make us chuckle, anyone going through determination of child support knows it’s no laughing matter for the families involved. The more you know going into the courtroom, the better prepared you are to make sure the final determination of support will meet the needs of your children while also taking into consideration each party’s income. So, how is child support determined?
What Rights Do Unmarried Fathers Have? In the eyes of the law, legitimation and paternity of a child is established in different ways depending on whether the parents are married or unmarried. The process of legitimation ensures that a child is legally recognized as... read more
Military service members are stationed throughout areas of the country, and around the world, that often are far from “home.” Yet, the reality of divorce and disputes involving minor children affect many service members regardless of where he or she is stationed and... read more
Summer is often a stress-free and flexible time of the year for parents who are co-parenting children following a separation and divorce. The start of the school year can bring up problems that require attention and planning, especially if you want to successfully... read more