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March 2016 Archives

Moving with your child: Getting your ex to agree

Moving is a normal part of life, and it's quite common for families to live in a few different houses as their children grow up. However, what is usually a fairly uncomplicated event when married can turn into a full-blown custody battle after a divorce. In most cases, the problems occur when it's a custodial parent who is relocating and the new house is a good distance away from the previous location.

Some child-related expenses might not be covered by child support

Making sure that your child has the opportunities that you want them to have is a natural part of being a parent. If you are facing a child custody battle, you have to learn how to separate the necessities that your child needs from the extras that the court might not recognize as necessary for child support assistance.

High-asset divorce can have interesting elements

High-asset divorces are often filled with strife. Both parties want to continue living the lifestyle they are accustomed to living; however, that might not be possible. An ongoing story about the divorce of an ex-Gulf Keystone Petroleum CEO sheds an interesting light on how some high-asset divorces have very interesting aspects.

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