Some people will decide that the start of 2019 is the best time to file for divorce, After all, it's a new year and a good time for a fresh start. If you decide to do this, make sure that you plan for it now. This is especially important if you and your soon-to-be ex have vast assets.
Child custody matters are complicated. When you are going through things with your children or your ex, you might be tempted to turn to social media to vent. The average person spends around 50 minutes per day on social media, but this doesn't mean that you should use this time to beat down your ex or discuss matters that are best left private.
Paying your ex alimony might not be on the top of your priority list during your divorce. As you are working out the terms of the split, you need to consider this possibility so that you aren't walking away with a lesser settlement than you should. We are here to help you look into the chance that alimony will be a component of your divorce.
A co-parenting arrangement is sometimes a good idea for the children, but it can be rather difficult for the parents. When you are going through this situation, you need to be prepared for handling conflicts with your ex. This can be a challenge but with respect and proper planning, it is possible.