The relationship between parent and child is arguably one of the most impactful and important that a person will have in their life. Parents help shape the type of adult that the child will one day become. That's why it is so important to have a positive relationship with your child. This is true for all children, especially those who have parents raising them from separate households.
One of the most important things to understand about property division during divorce is how it works. There are different categories of property, different challenges that may arise and it is helpful to avoid allowing the process to become unnecessarily contentious.
The relationship between grandparent and grandchild is a special one. The time children spend bonding with their grandparents is something special that all should experience. However, certain family situations can make it difficult for a grandparent to have a relationship with their grandchild, especially if there is something negative between grandparent and the child's parent.
Anyone of any age (starting with the age of consent) can be married or initiate divorce. However, a new research study shows that millennials are responsible for the decline in divorce rates. The divorce rates have radically dropped between the years of 2008 and 2018. A recent analysis of marriage and divorce data by researcher Phillip Cohen of the University of Maryland shows that there has been an 18 percent reduction in the country's divorce rate during this time.
Whether you have been married a few years or a few decades, divorce is a life-changing event. It often comes with many big emotional and financial life-changing decisions that one must make in order to end their existing marriage and start anew. There are many topics and factors that could affect a person's divorce including child custody, property division and even alimony. This list is certainly not exhaustive, but one topic many divorcing couples have questions about is alimony.