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For many of us, getting married has also meant a change in the way our families, friends and loved ones view us. In marriage, we go from our single identity personhood to a combined identity. The purpose of this article is to provide you with insight and offer spiritual direction so that you may find peace from the deep pain and confusion that is so often caused by divorce and separation.
How do you file for divorce? How does a judge decide disputed issues about spousal support, child support and property division?
What is difference between community property and "separate property"? How is each allocated in divorce law? How are debts allocated to each spouse?
How does a judge decide whether to award spousal support? What if the paying spouse dies or files for bankruptcy? What if the receiving spouse remarries?
How does a judge decide which spouse gets the child? What is "joint physical custody"? What is "joint legal custody"? What visitation rights does a non-custodial parent have?
Co-parenting allows a divorced couple to work together to create a fair and thoughtful parenting plan. Creating a comprehensive parenting plan will benefit all involved, especially the children and encourage positive long-term relationships generally.
Child custody orders are judicial determinations made by a family court judge, arising out of a divorce proceeding in which both parents are legally fighting over the right to determine important child-raising decisions such as education, religious training and living arrangements. Learn the difference between legal custody and physical custody and how it affects the types of child custody orders family court judges are asked to make.
Can you get child support during the divorce proceeding? What if you believe child support payments are being misused? What are your rights under divorce law?
After divorce more and more people are finding the courage to pick them selves back up again and return to the quest of finding a compatible partner - or at the very least a date. This is where divorce-dating services come into the picture and it explains the huge popularity these types of sites are enjoying year after year.
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