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4 reasons to relocate with a child after divorce

Relocating after divorce, if you're hoping to take your child with you, is not always easy. If you are going to move 10 hours away, that could seriously inhibit the rights of the child's other parent, who doesn't want to move and also wants to see the child.

How to share custody of your child on Halloween with your ex

Many parents enjoy the thought of seeing their children dressed up as their favorite storybook character, a superhero, or maybe just a cute little pumpkin. If you are your ex and divorced though, finding a way for both of you to enjoy time with your child on a holiday like Halloween can be far from easy to do.

Why do kids blame themselves for their parents' divorce?

If you've been consulting books or other sources of information on helping children deal with divorce, you've probably heard that kids often blame themselves, at least in part, for their parents' break-up. Why is that and what can you do help prevent your children from inflicting these feelings of guilt and blame on themselves?

Why you need a prenup even if you're not wealthy

Prenuptial agreements are more common than they used to be. However, many people think that if they aren't going into a marriage with millions of dollars in assets, there's no need to spend the time or money to get one or to risk the conflict that proposing a prenup to their soon-to-be-spouse could cause. However, there are a number of circumstances that warrant putting a prenup in place to protect both people.

Don't forget your timeshare during divorce

If you and your spouse are divorcing and the two of you own a timeshare, it's essential to give some serious thought to the best way to handle it. In a best case scenario, the two of can agree on how you want to deal with your timeshare so that you don't spend time and money battling over it. There are three primary options, depending on whether one or both of you wants to keep it.

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