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Preparing Your Minor Children for Relocation After Divorce

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It isn't uncommon for men and women to opt for relocation following a divorce. In fact, it may be one of the easiest ways to get past the unpleasantness of the situation and make a new beginning in a new place. Unfortunately, shifting base to a new state or country could lead to problems when the marriage bears minor children and the partners are in disagreement with regards to the relocation. An important factor to deal with in relocation is to prepare the minor children to live away from the other parent.

A Quick Guide to Post-Divorce Spousal Support

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When marriages end up in divorce, many questions start to arise. One of the most important questions is to do with spousal support or alimony. Although alimony figures in only about 10 to 15% of divorces, understanding how the law looks at spousal support is important for both spouses.

When Children Have A Voice In Who And Where They Want To Live

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Divorce can be traumatic for everyone in the family, especially for children. Data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that 50% of first marriages end up in divorce. More than 1 million children are affected in some way annually in the United States by the process and implications of divorce.

What You Need To Know Before You Adopt

Planning to expand your family with an adoption? Since being declared official and legal way back in 1850s, adoption is a widely accepted way of growing or creating a family. Statistics show that in the United States, more than 135,000 children are adopted each year. Celebrities besides Angelina Jolie, such as Sandra Bullock and Katherine Heigl have garnered media attention when they adopted their kids.

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