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Your relationship with your ex after divorce

The relationship you have with your ex after the divorce proceedings go through is never something smooth and natural; it requires significant work from both sides as well as good intentions. But putting in the effort from the start can mean great success when it comes to making decisions together and raising your children.

How do I modify my divorce?

Once a divorce has been finalized, you may feel a sense of relief because you can put the past behind you. However, over time, there may also be aspects that you would like to change in the already-finalized divorce settlement. The good news is that either spouse has the right to be able to change decisions or change aspects of the final divorce settlement.

Considering older child adoption

Making the decision to adopt is a life-changing choice, and it can take a great deal of thought and consideration to come to that decision. But once you've made that decision, there are a lot of other things to consider: Will you go for an open or closed adoption? Will you adopt a newborn child or an older child?

Why DNA paternity tests are superior to blood type tests

For unmarried couples, paternity tests can be very important. For example, a man may say that a child is not his and he does not want to pay child support, while a woman may insist that it is his child. A lot of money is on the line, so having a test that provides definitive results is crucial.

Does a high income mean you won't get child support?

You and your spouse split up, and you get custody of your kids. Your ex only works part-time and makes around $2,000 per month. You have a far better job, though, and you make over $100,000 per year. Does this mean that you're not going to get any child support payments from your ex simply because you, as the custodial parent, earn so much more?

4 legal upsides to getting married

You're trying to decide if you and your significant other should take the next step in your relationship and get married. While you may start out simply thinking of the emotional side of the relationship, it may be worth considering the practical, legal side, as well.

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