Going through a divorce can challenge anyone.
If you lose your job, you may find yourself looking at more than just trouble paying your bills.
When you and your co-parent worked out your custody agreement and parenting plan, you likely addressed how you would divide or alternate custody of your children on major holidays. Often, parents don't consider "lesser" holidays. However, some of those can be just as important to kids -- and maybe to one or both of you.
Parents who have struggled with alcoholism often find themselves fighting for custody of their children. Even parents who have stopped drinking and sought treatment and/or entered a 12-step program can have a difficult time convincing their ex-spouse, judges and others who play a role in making these decisions that they can be trusted to care for their children.
One of the final steps of a divorce is often the determination of spousal support.
The summer divorce season is just around the corner in New York and throughout the United States.
You and your spouse have decided it's time to divorce. You've been on friendly terms and agreed on most issues. But when it comes to the house, that could prove a sticking point.
Millennials around New York and throughout the United States are changing the standard American ideas about marriage. They are changing conceptions about divorce, too.
Your spouse finally said those words you thought might be coming but hoped you'd never hear: