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Special considerations of military divorces with children

The military life isn't something that is easy. In some cases, the stresses of this lifestyle can lead to divorce. If you are facing a divorce because of your military service, you should keep some considerations of child custody in mind if you do have children with your ex.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can have huge impacts

When your marriage ends, the last thing you might want to do is to deal with your ex on who is going to get the house, the car and the other assets. What if you could avoid having to do this by taking action before you say your vows? This might not seem too enticing; however, planning from the get-go can save you a lot of trouble in the future.

Take steps to ensure your prenuptial agreement is enforceable

Before you get married, you want to have a prenuptial agreement in place to make sure that your financial situation remains intact if you and your betrothed end up divorcing. You know the importance of having the agreement, but simply having it isn't enough. You have to make sure that it is legally valid so that it can't be declared invalid if the time comes for you to use it.

Child support modification might be necessary when things change

Child support matters aren't always easy to work through. This is one reason why many parents would rather just let the child support terms remain the same as long as possible; however, there are some cases in which the child support order becomes outdated or impossible to comply with. When this occurs a child support modification might be in order.

Child support trouble might need to be resolved in court

Child support is something that many parents have to deal with when they aren't in a relationship with the child's other parent any longer. It is important that parents who have child custody orders that include child support remember to separate the two. This means not holding your child accountable for the other parent not paying child support or demanding that the child support order is followed. It can be difficult for parents to do this, but it is what is best for the child.

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