Do you feel like you can't be "yourself" around your spouse? Maybe you feel like you're always on guard and if you reveal how you actually feel about something, you'll get hit with a demeaning comment about why you're wrong. Subtle abuse from a spouse like this can cause you to regret it every time you reveal your desires and feelings.
Marital statistics reveal what most of us already knew: Some jobs are meant for single people and some jobs are meant for married people. There appears to be a correlation between choice of occupation and whether someone will end up getting divorced.
You are about to get married. You're about to share everything in life with your partner, including your future children and your finances – and you're about to make a lifelong commitment to the person you love. While this is all true, it's also true that your marriage – like many love unions – could fail to endure. We are all taking a risk when we say "I do," and the willingness to take that risk in the name of love is beautiful. However, you might still want to cover your legal bases with a prenuptial agreement.
The divorce process is meant to treat both spouses fairly. However, many people come out of divorce financially ruined. Women, it seems, are especially at risk of suffering a post-divorce financial meltdown. To prevent such an end result in your case, be sure to review the following pieces of advice which will help you manage the financial aspects of your divorce more successfully.
When you're not sure about whether to pull the trigger on your divorce process, the process of deciding can be nerve-wracking. One day you're absolutely certain that you want to leave, and the next day, you start to feel sentimental and you can't bear the idea of ending your marriage. These thoughts are normal, and eventually, you will know what's right for you to do. In the meantime, you can ask yourself the following questions to help you weigh the decision in your heart and mind.
If you are considering divorce, you will have a lot of questions, emotions and insecurities swirling through your head and heart. In order to help you navigate all the concerns that are likely to come forward, we've identified three questions that every divorcing spouse should try to answer:
If you and/or your spouse are contemplating divorce, there are a lot of things to think about. Children, of course, if there are any, should be number one on the list.
The reasons why we get divorced are complicated. Some Maryland couples may choose to separate because they're constantly fighting. Others might separate due to infidelity. They list is endless and it's rare that a divorcing couple can point their fingers at one simple cause. However, that doesn't stop people from trying to find reasons for divorce.
If you look strictly at statistics, you'll find that mothers in Maryland tend to get the child custody award when push comes to shove. If you read between the lines, however, you'll realize that this is largely due to the fact that mothers tend to spend more time caring for their children than fathers do. Courts usually seek to award primary custody to the primary caretaker in custody battles.
If you're a recently divorced custodial parent who is caring for your children more than 50 percent of the time, it is highly likely that the other parent is paying child support money each month. This money is no doubt an enormous benefit to you and your children; it might be the only way you're able to financially provide for your family.