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August 2018 Archives

Post-divorce decisions: Why do parents decide not to vaccinate?

While the vast majority of children in the United States get vaccinations to protect them from potentially deadly diseases, there are some parents who opt not to let their children have these life-saving vaccinations. Why do they do this?

Temporary orders carry you through to the divorce

Your decision to divorce likely did not come about overnight. You and your spouse may have been quietly losing touch with each other or contentiously breaking up for months or years. Now that you have made the decision to end the marriage, you may be surprised at how many decisions must follow. While some of the decisions will take time to reach, others are more pressing.

How do you get a qualified domestic relations order?

Property division gets complex when you have to take future assets into account. For instance, perhaps your spouse has a pension plan that is going to pay out for their retirement, but, at the time of your divorce, that retirement is still 10 years away. Do you still have a right to those retirement benefits when they start paying out a decade from now?

Should you keep the house and live in it with your children?

Property division during divorce is not always as easy as selling the house, splitting up the money and moving on with your lives. In some cases, it gets very complex. This can happen when you start factoring your children and your family life into the equation.