Going through a divorce can be one of life's most devastating events. The emotions that you feel right now might stand in stark contrast to the fluttery butterflies and thoughts of love that you initially experienced when you said: "I do." Now that you have made the difficult decision to end the marriage you need to do everything in your power to protect yourself and make sure that you can walk forward into the future without unnecessary regret.
When it comes to divorce, one of the trickiest parts of your life to separate from your former spouse is your finances. While you may never be able to make a clean break in regards to custody matters, you can usually fully gain independence when it comes to your financial life. The key is doing so legally. The following can help you understand how this is done.
Shared Property Assets
When a family member or friend — or even an acquaintance — overdoses on drugs, the first instinct people have is to call for help. Unfortunately, there's a distressing trend in legal jurisdictions around the nation to now treat every overdose as a crime scene.
That puts anyone who might be involved in danger of being charged with a crime as serious as manslaughter or murder. Here's what you need to know in order to protect yourself.
Child custody laws in most states will not forbid any parent from seeing his/her children unless something inappropriate or exceedingly harmful is happening to the child or children. While many parents may make up stories to try to gain custody of the kids, this should never be done, nor should such accusations be made lightly. It is extremely damaging and traumatizing to the children, and it could cast negative aspersions on you as the accuser.