Regardless of whether you saw it coming or were completely blindsided, its is now a fact and your divorce is happening. Spouses will now make a series of decisions that likely have repercussions upon the rest of your life as well as those of your children. The impact will likely even go outside the family to extended family, social circles and your community.
Spring is in the air. So it made sense that NPR published a story about three Bald Eagles working together to raise three eaglets. The family of six reside in Northern Illinois along the banks of the Mississippi River.
For many people, adding to the family can hold a variety of emotions – it can be an exciting, yet stressful, experience. Regardless of whether you have a biological child or choose to adopt, it is important to remember that everyone follows a different path to parenthood, which can all lead to the same result – sharing your love with a child.
If you and your spouse are divorcing, you have a lot of decisions to make. You might need to figure out where your children will spend the holidays, how much spousal support will be and who gets the house.
The biggest fear that many have when they negotiate a financial agreement in divorce is that they will not see the money promised to them. Whether it is child support or spousal maintenance, these payments are designed to provide for the care and support of dependents. Unfortunately, those fears are sometimes realized.