No marriage is perfect. Relationships have their ups and downs; however, if there are more bad moments than good, it is likely that spouses will want to call it quits. This is no easy decision, though. Maybe the idea of parting ways and starting fresh does sit well with both spouses; however, the process to get from married to single can be complex and emotional one. Difficult decisions must be made, and divorcing couples in Mississippi and elsewhere often do not see eye-to-eye on them.
Divorce between spouses reaching the age of retirement is becoming more common in Mississippi and nationwide. Coined as a gray divorce, older couples seeking a divorce will face issues their younger counterparts may not. One issue is how divorce will affect their retirement.
Developing a child custody plan that is in the child's best interest is of utmost importance, but before parents begin negotiating custody it is helpful for them to understand what that means, how it is determined and how the child custody process works, generally.
For Mississippi professionals, such as engineers, dentists, physicians, architects and small business owners, a divorce can have a serious impact on their careers and businesses. Protecting a business and a career can be of paramount consideration. Children are often an even bigger consideration than a career, and many people wish to protect their assets as well in a divorce.