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December 2017 Archives

Splitting up the house in divorce

Dividing assets in the event of a divorce is tricky business. In most cases, it's easy for both partners to agree on living separately, but what about key assets such as the family residence? With sentimentality and memories attached to a home, dividing it or determining who gets to stay or not is one of the most complicated parts of a divorce settlement.

Re-Homing: When your kid wants to live with the other parent

Child custody can be one of the most difficult things to handle during a divorce proceeding, and it can become even more complicated when after custody has been decided, the child later wishes that they could live with the other, non-custodial parent. In the article "Dealing With A Child Who Wants To Change Residency," by the Separated Parenting Access & Resource Center, it is said that the cause for a child to want to change custody is often due to emotional conflict between the child and custodial parent.