It may have been difficult to broach the subject of divorce with your spouse. There may have been a lot of yelling, crying and confusion as the two of you came to terms with the fact that your marriage has come to an end.
Divorce will certainly change many areas of your life, including your finances. The financial impact of the end of your marriage could be significant for Kentucky readers who are nearing retirement age. If you are facing the prospect of a gray divorce, you may find it beneficial to learn how to protect your interests and your plans for your golden years.
Like all Kentucky parents, you are responsible for your children's care. Parenthood is often a joyful, rewarding experience but can also be quite challenging at times. If you are a parent who also happens to serve as a member of the U.S. military, you likely already understand just how challenging juggling career and family life can be. Concerning parental obligations, not only must you have a plan for your children's care in your absence, the military also expects you to put that plan into writing.
Divorce is a difficult process, regardless of how amicable the two parties may be and their resolve to work through divorce issues out of court. If you are facing a divorce in Kentucky, you may have the goal of reducing conflict and moving through the process as quickly as possible, but new changes in tax law could make that more difficult.
Numerous Kentucky residents, men and women, live in abusive marital relationships. Many endure the abuse because they do not feel they deserve better or are afraid to leave. If you have found yourself in such a situation, you can start taking steps to end the cycle of abuse.
Raising a child is challenging under the best of circumstances, and those challenges only increase if you have a child with special needs. Even when both parents do their best to love and support that child, it could put an incredible amount of strain on the marital relationship.
Having children is a joyous occasion. You certainly have friends on Facebook who post minute-by-minute accounts of their pregnancies, deliveries and their child's every facial expression. While you may share their joy, a part of you also aches to share their experience.
Supporting a child financially is a parent's job. It seems simple enough until there is a legal order to do it; then, it seems to get awfully complicated. If you will require a child support order in the near future, it is normal to have questions about it and what Kentucky laws have to say on the matter.
Many Kentucky residents are currently navigating the divorce process. If you're one of them, you know it's seldom easy and often wrought with stress. If you happen to be age 50 or older, you may face even greater challenges than most. However, you are definitely not alone as the number of people in this age range seeking divorces has steadily increased in recent years.