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Is a divorce going to affect your child negatively?

One of your greatest concerns with your divorce is that it may negatively affect your children and their future. You want them to be confident and to know that you're always going to be there for them. You want them to have positive relationships and good role models.

Should I commit to divorce?

When times are tough in a marriage, divorce is always an option. Many spouses have considered divorce at particularly difficult points before deciding to commit to the relationship and to work through the issues. But if you believe that your marriage simply won't repair itself, it may be time to think about the idea of divorce more seriously.

Reducing the impact of divorce on children

In an ideal world, all children will experience a childhood in which both of their parents are happily married and able to raise their children without conflict. However, the reality is that relationships can fall apart or become toxic. Sometimes marriages become so broken that going through a divorce is in the best interests of the children.

Virtual visitation may give parents more options as kids grow

As your child has gotten older, one thing you've noticed is that they are simply always busy. Their activities take hours to complete, and they don't always come home after school. Their weekends are full of classes and sports, so you and your ex-spouse have both had some trouble finding time to spend with your child.

Avoiding contempt of court at divorce

While going through a divorce doesn't make you a criminal, the legal procedure that you'll need to follow includes abiding by the specific orders of the family law court at all times. These can be very limiting and may make you feel like you're the "bad guy" even when you're simply trying to end your marriage and secure a better future for yourself and your loved ones.

Premarital agreements protect both parties

Anyone who is planning on getting married should consider the need for a prenuptial agreement. While some individuals might associate these with wealthy individuals, others can also benefit from having one in place before they tie the knot. Understanding some basic points about these agreements might help you determine if you need one.

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