Couples can argue sometimes while still having respect and compassion for each other.
After getting a divorce, a person may be legally entitled to receive continued financial support from their spouse. This is known as ‘alimony’.
Nobody wants to get divorced, but when it happens it usually means that it is the right thing to happen – and in truth, you might find that you are somewhat relieved when it does.
The words “peace” and “divorce” do not appear to go hand in hand. But when you are getting divorced and you are going through the trials and tribulations of emotional turmoil, financial difficulty…
When you fall for someone, the time you spend with each other can feel like it passes in a blink of an eye. It’s crucial to dedicate and spend quality time with your partner and what you do with your time together is also something you need to consider.
While there are so many aspects that may cause problems throughout the process, such as child custody, both parties will want the split to be as quick as possible. So, with this in mind, is there any way for both sides to have a quick and painless divorce, even when there are children involved?
Are you a single dad and looking to claim sole custody of your child? If that is the case, this blog post is for you. You have likely realized you have quite a journey to complete when it comes to child custody.
You don’t necessarily need to succumb to the convention, which says it should be a journey through hell. So how can you make it a less arduous process? We take a look at a few ways below.
You may be living in a different place and going through some pretty tough emotions. But just because you’re separated doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s the end of the marriage. You might want to try reconciliation.
Who exactly loses out the most when a couple splits up, though? To give you an idea of the impact this sort of decision can make, this post will be exploring the victims it will leave behind.