Divorce happens for so many reasons - the stories are all similar, but they are all so very different. Divorce can be the result of infidelity, or substance abuse, or domestic violence. Or maybe it happens after years of raising children together, and it seems there is nothing left in common when the kids are gone. Whatever it is that makes you consider divorce, it's important to understand the different ways to end a marriage.
"Life becomes easier when you learn to accept an apology you never got." ~Robert Brault
1. Why Parents Divorce:
1. It's going to hurt.
For most people, their wedding day is a culmination of hopes and dreams - the beginning of "happily ever after." G. K. Chesterton reportedly quips, "The fairy tales said that the prince and princess lived happily ever afterwards; and so they did. They lived happily, although it is very likely that from time to time they threw the furniture at each other."
A Shared Parenting Plan, also known as "SPP," is a detailed document which addresses the many different areas of care for the children whose parents are divorcing. Contrary to common belief, it is not simply a 50/50 visitation or "possessory time" plan.
This blog is solely the opinion of the writer and not necessarily that of the staff or firm of Zoller Biacsi Co., LPA.
I have a blended family, my kids belong to two blended families, I know friends and acquaintances that have blended families, and I work with blended families each day.
A contested family law matter brings about certain IT security risks that may not seem obvious now, but may present grave problems in the future if they are overlooked. As family law attorneys, our job is to alert our clients - and potential clients - to these risks. Consider the following suggestions: