Can the court keep your kids from your ex's new partner?
Divorce is going to impact your kids no matter how old they are when it happens. It changes their lives. Whether you have a newborn or a high school senior who is about to leave for college, they have to deal with these changes.
You have probably purchased something from Amazon at some point in the past, or perhaps you are the person who has stacks of Amazon Prime packages showing up on your doorstep each week. The major online shopping company has seen significant growth and success over the last few decades, and as a result, founder Jeff Bezos and his wife have become very wealthy.
Your spouse asks for a divorce. Knowing you need to split up the value of the house, you decide to sell it. It just seems like the easiest solution. You know you'll make money, and dividing that money is simpler than trying to figure out who keeps the home, if the children get to stay in it, if you need to share it, how to move it into one name and all the rest.
Your children understand that you're getting a divorce, but they naturally do not understand exactly what it means for them or why it is happening. Of course, their age makes a bit of a difference here, but they probably have a lot of questions.