Top Tips For Staying Friends With An Ex Through A Divorce

Many married couples who decide to get a divorce still want to be friends. Unfortunately, many challenges in the separation and divorce process put an end to that dream for a lot of couples. If you truly want to remain friends, prioritize the friendship and ask your spouse to do the same. Here are some other ways that you can nurture the friendship throughout the divorce proceedings. Express Your Regret and Apologize

Two Ways to Regain Child Custody as a Noncustodial Parent

You can feel quite the sense of loss when the courts decide you will be the noncustodial parent to your children, but this does not mean things cannot change in the future. There are a number of steps you can take to make sure you are in a stronger position the next time you want to challenge the custody of your kids in the courts, but you need to start getting organized now.

Answering A Couple Of Common Questions About Child Support

Raising a child can be a remarkably stressful and expensive task to undertake for a couple. Fortunately, even if your relationship with your partner fails, the courts can help ensure that your child is still receiving resources from both parents through the use of child support. If you only have a limited understanding about child support, you may better understand your rights after having these questions answered. Is It A Requirement To Have Been Married To Get Child Support?

Four Kinds Of Couples Who Need Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement (popularly known as a prenup) isn't a prerequisite for getting married. However, it is a good thing to have in place, for some people more than others. Here are four kinds of couples likely to benefit from prenups: Couples with Disparate Income and Assets If one of you is coming into the marriage with considerably more assets or a higher income than the other, then a prenuptial agreement may be necessary.

Legal Steps To Take Before Remarrying

Marriage is and should mostly be about love. However, love is one of the biggest things that can cloud your rational judgment. For that reason, it's important to make sure that you are properly and legally protected before entering into a marriage. This is especially true if you are remarrying after a previous divorce. Here's what you should do. Check Your Divorce Records Many people who thought they were divorced find out that they weren't when they apply for a new marriage license or after years into their new marriage.