Splitting Christmas between divorced parents is the solution to the dissolution of the family unit. Divorced parents may send a child to Mom in odd numbered years and to Dad in even numbered years. While this schedule is practical for some, other creative solutions may inspire greater holiday cheer.
For the sake of preserving family dynamics, especially when children are involved, many couples wait until after the holidays to announce plans for divorce. But certain circumstances may prompt spouses to act beforehand. The question of whether or not to get a divorce before or after the holidays will vary for many. Check out these factors.
Initiating a divorce proceeding is a stressful time. A divorce can take several weeks, months, or even years to finalize, depending on various factors. Plus, going through the emotions of a divorce can distract the spouse from work obligations. Here’s how to successfully manage a divorce and a career.
Infidelity is a major problem among American married couples as some studies have found that at least 40 percent of marriages involve adultery from one or both partners. Adultery can bring a lot of pain and suffering to a family and in most cases, it even leads to divorce. When a married couple goes through…