If you are involved in a child custody agreement and have physical custody of your child, you will need to go before a family law judge if you wish to relocate with your child. Why? The other parent's concerns must be taken into account along with yours. In order for you to receive a green light for relocation, you will need to have the judge approve your request.
Going through a divorce is never easy, even if you and your spouse find it easy to communicate with each other. It's still a difficult and challenging time in your life where you need to admit that your marriage could not succeed. Many people will find it difficult to accept, but you need to do everything possible to communicate appropriately with your spouse for the divorce to move forward quickly.
Gone are the days when married people always merged all of their assets. Though many of them still handle their finances this way, research shows that many younger couples continue to keep separate bank accounts for everything. Almost 30% of millennials do not have a joint bank account with their spouse.
If you are currently in a custody arrangement or are about to enter into one, you need to know of the common mistakes others make so you can do everything possible to make sure you don't make the same mistakes. Custody issues crop up all the time. It's how you handle them and if you follow the court order that matters in the end.
Has your marriage soured to the point where you have contemplated filing for divorce? If so, you likely continue to weigh the positives of divorce against the negatives of staying married. Maybe you have children with your spouse. Maybe you are simply too comfortable and are worried about being single again. Let's look at some reasons why getting a divorce is often better than staying in a bad marriage.