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March 2014 Archives

Mother to appeal New York ruling in child custody battle

Divorce disputes can sometimes be drawn out and difficult for those concerned, especially when children are involved. When these disagreements reach the courts, the primary aim of a judge is to find a solution with the best interests of the children in mind. One custody battle in New York has resulted in a mother being removed as her children's primary caregiver.

How smart renovating can prevent a nasty divorce

Renovating a home is a dream for many couples. The opportunity to live in a space that is completely yours -- down to every minute detail -- is thrilling in the least. For some couples, a renovation is a symbol of their life together. Renovations, however, take hard work, money and a lot of compromise. Although the end of a renovation is often looked forward to as a new beginning for a couple or family, for some, it signals the end.

How to prepare for the financial aspects of your divorce

Divorce is not an easy process to go through. It can be emotionally draining, and figuring out how to start separating your life from your spouse's can be a daunting task. However, many people have found that getting organized from the get-go is a good way to stay on track and make sure you are prepared for what lies ahead. A recent article in CNBC offers a few tips on how to do this.

When discussing child support, don't forget about college tuition

As some Brooklyn parents may know from firsthand experience, when going through a divorce, child custody and support are often top priorities. Discussing how each parent will contribute financially immediately after divorce is obviously important, but it is also necessary to consider the future. In particular, divorcing parents should make arrangements for college tuition.

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