By Sandra F. Banks, Esq. After years of increasing apathy and recent financial troubles, Michelle and Tom admitted they were better off apart and decided to part amicably. Michelle thought the hardest part was over as she watched Tom’s last walk out the door. She picked up the phone, called her sister, and cried. After.
1. Trade other assets to keep the house. A house is only one asset of a marital estate. If you’re interested in keeping your house, identify all assets that belong to the marital estate and determine the value of those assets: Checking accounts Savings accounts Stock portfolios Retirement accounts Cars, boats, and other vehicles Real.
Must I follow the the visitation schedule? The most important thing for you to understand about visitation is that you must comply with the visitation schedule. A child custody visitation schedule, also called a parenting schedule or parenting plan, is a legally binding agreement that both parents must honor. If you don’t want to honor.
1. Get professional help. Choose a lawyer to guide you through the divorce process and ensure you and your children are cared for now and in the future. Consider a therapist to help you and your children navigate the emotions and trials of the separation and divorce. Your lawyer may know a good family therapist.