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Can I keep my home when getting divorced?

While the holidays are a time of joy and celebration for many people, you may be one of the residents in Nebraska who is facing the tough decision about whether to end your marriage or stay in it. This choice is often faced at the holidays and when in the midst of decorating your home, the last thing you may want to think about is giving up your home if you get divorced. This feeling quite frequently leads spouses to work very hard to keep their homes.

Co-parenting through the holidays with grace

With November already here, you are likely realizing that it is time to think about planning your holiday season. The time from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day can be a continual flow of activity and special events that, while fun, may also be exhausting in many ways. If you are a divorced parent, you understand how difficult it can be to work through this time with your children's other parent. How can you help make this time of year manageable for you and positive for your kids?

What tools can help me co-parent?

If you are like most parents getting divorced in Nebraska, the well-being and happiness of your children is a primary priority for you during this significant change in their lives. As you seek for ways to help them emotionally navigate your divorce and live after the divorce is over, one thing you can help them with is by finding positive ways to work with their other parent to jointly raise them.

Divorce could be genetic

As parents across Nebraska know, children are similar to their parents in ways many are unable to predict. A new study believes that children who have divorced parents may end up similarly divorced not because they are repeating their parents' behavior but because of genetics.

New studies support shared parenting time

Many couples in Nebraska deciding to divorce have a concern first and foremost for their children. Trying to support the kids while going through a difficult time personally, it is easy for many parents to believe that they would be best suited to have the children, but new studies show that children who have shared custody between both parents come out on top.

When you need a QDRO

If you are facing an impending divorce in Nebraska, you no doubt have many questions about how this major life event may impact you financially. For many people the emotional side of letting go of many special belongings is made worse when the reality of the financial losses starts to set in. However, it is important for you to learn about the ways in which you may be able to preserve some of your savings.

Argument between parents brings police to orthodontist's office

The end of a marriage does not necessarily signal the end of a couple's association in Lincoln, especially if they have children together. It also may not translate to a cessation in any hostility they may hold towards each other surrounding the end of their marriage. This can make continuing to raise their kids together difficult, as the well-being of the children often conflicts with the negative emotions one may feel towards the other parent. The hope is that they will eventually be able to get over their differences or, if disputes do happen, they remain private.

How is your child support obligation determined?

The end of your marriage may not necessarily signify the end of your relationship with your ex-spouse. If the two of you have children in Lincoln, you will need to continue to work together to see to the kid’s well-being. A large part of that is supporting them financially. Child support can be a touchy subject, as the parties involved in such an agreement may constantly be at odds over how much is actually being paid. If you are in the position of having to fulfill a child support obligation, you do not have to worry about your ex trying to collect too much from you. It is the state that determines how much you will pay.

How divorce can affect your immigration status

When it comes to divorce, one of the most concerning aspects can be how it will affect your immigration status. Once you have married a citizen of the United States, you may worry that a divorce will negate your immigration status and limit your options. We at Monzón, Guerra and Associates can work to help you understand your options in Nebraska and the effects that a divorce may have on your legal rights.

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