Category: Your Custody Court System

“Parenting time” vs “Custody”

After a divorce or a break up that involves children, people immediately begin to invoke the word “custody.” The concept of custody is antiquated. Custody presumes that there can only be one parent who truly makes decisions and monopolizes the children’s time. This custody concept leaves the other parent as the parent “without custody” and only gets every other weekend at best.

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How To Financially Survive Divorce

One of the hardest parts of breaking up with a serious partner that rarely gets discussed is dealing with financial hardship. Unless you were the sole provider, divorce is likely to result in loss of income, as you won’t have someone else contributing to bills and everyday expenses. There may also be savings and assets that you jointly own, which need to be fairly divided. With all the emotional struggles surrounding a divorce, it’s often easy to make the wrong financial decisions. Here are just a few tips for helping you to financially survive divorce.

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What Will Happen if You’re Getting Taken to Court

There are all kinds of reasons why you might find yourself being taken to court. Sometimes, it can come out of nowhere and other times you might be keen to fight your case so that you can get the outcome you want or prove your innocence. Whatever your situation, you need to know how the process is going to play out and what you can expect as you move through the different stages of the process.

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