You have probably heard people say that joint physical custody is best for the kids. They still get to see both parents. The parents share the responsibilities and also get time off. For the kids, it's the closest thing to still living in a home with two married parents.
You ask for a divorce after 10 years of marriage. You get it. Three years later, you decide you want to get married again -- to the same person. Can the two of you tie the knot a second time?
How much is your child really going to cost you? Do not think of just the hospital bills or the changes to your monthly budget. What is the overall cost going to look like after your child moves out?
Few people do not have at least one social media account these days. However, if you are about to begin divorce proceedings, it may be time to curtail your online activity.
When most parents sit down to figure out a child custody schedule during divorce, they try to fit that schedule into their own daily lives. This can be hard when they have work and many other obligations. It can lead to disagreements when parents do not see eye-to-eye on how time should be spent.