Going through the divorce process is never simple. You can expect even more challenges if you have at least one child with the other individual.
There is nothing worse than the thought of a child custody dispute. Not only can this impact you, but it can do the same to your child.
Spousal abuse isn't just a problem that affects the couple. It affects the entire family.
If you have been allowed only supervised visitation with your children, you need to prepare yourself for the process if you ever want to get back to a standard visitation schedule again.
Should you delay treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction until after the judge makes a decision on custody? Will having a documented history of drug or alcohol addiction permanently ruin your chances at obtaining custody?
The battle between Alex Jones, the broadcaster whose anti-establishment conspiracy theories made him a star, and his ex-wife ended with his ex-wife gaining shared custody and the right to determine where their 3 children will live.
You love your children. If you are divorcing, you're probably quite conflicted about the best way to handle custody and support issues. On hand, you want to do the best you can for your children, but you also want to ensure you get to spend time with them. If your former spouse is the one who filed for divorce, chances are that you won't have custody during the divorce proceedings. Instead, you are expected to pay child support while only getting to see your children a few times a week.
Concern about international child abductions by parents—especially those with families outside the United States—has made travelling alone with your children outside the U.S. a much more difficult process.
Are you a father going through the divorce process? Are you concerned about what this could mean to your future with your child?
Hearing that your parents are splitting up can be difficult at any age, but it can be especially hard for young children, who don't yet understand what it means to fall "out of love."