What is Spousal Maintenance? Spousal maintenance, also commonly known as alimony, is defined as a recurring payment, usually monthly, that is paid by a husband or wife to their former spouse following a divorce. Spousal maintenance is meant to prevent one spouse from adverse economic hardship following the divorce if he/she has insufficient funds from […]
When parents get divorced, they have several details about the future to work out. Your family structure will be changing, and you’ll need to adjust to some major life changes.
Custody Rights in Interstate Divorce Going through a divorce when children are involved is difficult enough on both the parents and the kids. But when the parents end up living in different states, it can seem overwhelmingly complicated to agree on a key issue such as child visitation and custody rights. As an interstate family […]
Many couples want to minimize the negative impact of their divorce on their emotional and financial well-being and seek a way to make this happen. For a positive post-divorce relationship with their ex-spouse, individuals consider a divorce process that is low conflict. Collaborative practice is the low-conflict divorce process. A collaborative divorce allows for conflict […]
A Noteworthy Case Study on Grandparents Paying Child Support Child support obligations are decided by court order and are intended to be payments towards financially supporting a minor child after the parents have been divorced. If they are able, it is a responsibility of both parents to contribute to their child’s financial needs. Courts in […]