Filing for divorce is one of the most difficult decisions a person can make. You may need to relocate, find new employment and adjust to a single income. However, staying in a failing marriage can be worse than ending it – even if you have children.
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Divorce may be the most stressful chapter of your life. Staying positive and objective can seem impossible, and many people make mistakes that compromise their personal or financial interests. This is why consulting a family attorney is so important.
High net worth divorces often make headlines for pricy alimony payouts, but prenuptial agreements are just as important for average income earners as they are for the wealthy. As explained in the Arizona State Legislature, a prenuptial agreement is final, binding and enforceable by law.
Divorce is challenging for everyone involved, even the family attorney, but child custody issues are possibly the most stressful aspects of an ending marriage. There is little more trying – emotionally and mentally – than settling a custody dispute. Ultimately, if the parents cannot agree on an arrangement, then the courts will deliver a ruling based on the child’s “best interests.”