Divorce can be one of the hardest decisions you make in your life. While many fear the turbulence and adjustments the entire family will endure in the wake of separation, sometimes divorce can be best for everyone involved. While we aim to ensure you’re making the right decision for your family, here are a few ways children can actually benefit from the divorce process.
Divorce is common these days – even celebrities can’t seem to escape unscathed. It’s tough to be in the spotlight, and stars often deal with the repercussions of a very public breakup (immediately and in painstaking detail, thanks to social media). And, like us, some of the famous figures we admire learn the hard way that a “conscious uncoupling” may be the best way to resolve an unhappy marriage. Here, we’ve listed a few of the messiest celebrity divorces in the last 20 years (and how to avoid some of the mistakes they made):
This month, we’re writing all about child custody to help you better understand the various processes and outcomes associated with it. We’ve already written posts about the different types of custody, from legal to physical to sole and joint.
Cases of child custody are incredibly complex, involving many factors and leading to a variety of outcomes. If you haven’t already read our prior blog posts on custody, you should know before continuing that there are many different types of custody, from joint to sole, physical to legal.
Have you thought about adoption? There are probably a million different questions and concerns you’re working through and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the vast amount of information out there. A lot of worry comes from the unknown, but so many positive things also stem from it.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (“OKDHS”) has approximately 9,000 children placed in out of home care and it is currently looking for adoptive families for approximately 500 children. These children often
If you’re seeking sole custody in a divorce or paternity case, you should prepare yourself for a challenging road ahead. Sole custody differs from joint custody in that the arrangement grants both legal and physical custody to one parent.