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Maintaining your sanity during the difficult process of divorce

Divorce is not an easy process, even when both parties want to make things work as smoothly as possible. It can be easy to make choices based on strong emotions and temporary feelings, but that rarely leads to decisions that are smart and sustainable. During this difficult time, you may want to find ways to keep your peace of mind and pursue terms that make sense long-term.

Should you test-run your parenting plan?

As parents who don't agree on much, you may find that creating a parenting plan is contentious. You may have a hard time sitting down together and coming up with a parenting plan that works for you. You may also have a difficult time arranging how you'll implement rules and techniques for raising your child between homes.

Rehabilitative alimony: Know what to expect

Alimony is an important part of many people's divorce settlements. As someone who gave your time and effort in marriage, you may have taken a step back to support your spouse. Perhaps you stayed home with your children or worked to help your spouse pay for college in hopes of reaping the benefits later in your marriage.

Can you withhold visitation if your child's in danger?

As a parent, you want to do what is best for your children, but you know that you can't avoid obeying a court order. The trouble is that your children are upset and throwing massive tantrums every time they have to go to your ex-spouse's home. You know that your ex has a history of abusing others, and although you don't think that could happen to your children, you're worried based on their current mental state.

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