When parents become estranged from each other, there are laws in place that ensure that children continue to spend time with both parents, as it's generally acknowledged that in most situations, what's best for the child is to continue to have a relationship with both parents. But what about when adult children and their parents or in-laws are estranged? Isn't it best for children to also have a relationship with their grandparents?
Many parents think that a 50-50 custody plan is ideal because it gives both parents equal time with their children. While it is true that shared custody has many benefits (after all, children benefit from the association with both parents), it doesn't mean the ratio has to be that exact. Here are a few complications that a 50-50 custody plan may bring: It's Impractical It's easy to agree on a 50-50 custody plan than to see it through in real life.
When you pass away, the last thing that you want to happen is for your family to be fighting over your property and assets. So, to help keep this from happening, here are three things that you can do: 1. Make Sure You Have a Will Prepared and Updated Regularly. For some people, it is just common sense to have a will. For others, they don't believe that a will is necessary.
When you file for bankruptcy, it is important that you provide all of the correct information. This will help ensure that your case does not get thrown out, leaving you in a worse financial position than you were to start with. Here are a few common mistakes that people make when filing for bankruptcy that you are going to want to make sure that you avoid making if you want your case to go through without any issues.
The amount of child support that a non-custodial parent has to pay is usually determined by income. This can lead some non-custodial parents to misrepresent their income in order to lower their child support payments. It's tough for a parent who works a standard job to hide their income, as the court can order them to show their paycheck stubs, which will reveal their income. But a parent who is self-employed must report their own income, which gives them the opportunity to be less than truthful.