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August 2019 Archives

Preparing for the school year as co-parents

The school year is once again upon us in Kentucky, which means many unhappy kids will reluctantly board school buses and head to class, while many smiling parents wave to their children. Preparing for the school year is not always easy for every parent, especially those who are co-parents involved in a child custody agreement. Today, we will provide some tips for co-parents so they can prepare for the school year.

Don't be afraid to seek help when going through a divorce

One of the most important things to remember when going through a divorce is that you are never alone. You might feel like you are alone, but there are family members and friends who are willing to help you navigate the stressful waters of divorce. You just have to ask. Some people are uncomfortable offering help because they don't want to overstep their bounds.

How to divide your debt when divorcing

When your marriage hits a rough patch you will likely do everything possible to fix the underlying issue. But, what if the problem cannot be resolved? This happens all too often to couples all throughout Kentucky. Marriages just simply don't work out for one reason or another. When you prepare to file for divorce, it's important to understand how debt is divided so you know what to expect.

The most common types of child custody disputes

A child custody agreement does not come easy for both parents, even when the two have a somewhat decent working relationship. Once an agreement is reached, both parties must follow it to the letter of the law. If not, disputes can arise that can send both people to court. Today, we will explore some of the most common types of child custody disputes.