The stepparent role traditionally often carried several negative stereotypes. It could be the "evil step-monster," the out of touch adult uninterested in kids, or a parent who showed a clear bias toward their own biological child. The blending of families, however, is a fact of life for parents who have remarried or have married someone who has children.
If you are facing divorce, you probably have serious concerns about what this process will mean for your financial future. The implications of divorce are serious, and you know it is important to secure a fair financial settlement. This is especially important for Texas business owners.
In high-conflict divorce cases, custody battles are fairly common. In an attempt to help their cases, some parents in Texas may think that calling Child Protective Services will allow them to receive the custody arrangements that they desire. The truth is, though, it can have the opposite effect. This may leave you wondering if it is ever a good idea to get CPS involved.
When a first marriage ends in divorce, many people either vow to stay single or try to learn from their mistakes. If your divorce was especially painful, you may have had even more incentive to make the second one work.
Divorce is one of the most difficult challenges that many of us will face. So regardless of how hard we try, it is likely that one's divorce will impact his or her ability to do their job. Along with taking off time for court or meetings it will also be harder to focus as well as meet deadlines or sales goals.
Father’s day is coming soon, so we thought we’d share some thoughts on fatherhood after a divorce. Before the divorce, dad was just dad with all the usual roles it involves. Now, the process of divorce will likely impact a father’s relationship with his children. Regardless of how amicable the divorce may be, it is a fact that mom and dad are no longer together living under the same roof.
It can be challenging to keep one’s personal life from intersecting with one’s professional life during a divorce. The task becomes impossible when a spouse loses their job while going through the process. Regardless of whether it is a client or their spouse, there are immediate concerns about how this affects negotiations as well as the final settlement.