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Can you relocate if you have sole custody?

Relocating with joint custody is often difficult. If you move 500 miles away and take the child with you, it violates the other parent's right to continue to see the child. This can be very frustrating for parents who want to move back to be closer to family or need to move for a new job.

Money lies that can threaten a marriage, impact a divorce

Money issues are at least one cause of over half of divorces. Whether it's accumulation of debt by one spouse, the strain of not being able to make ends meet or a large imbalance between spouses' individual assets and income, money is at the heart of a good deal of marital friction.

There are many ways that spouses can hide and undervalue assets

A problem that plagues many high-net-worth couples who divorce is a spouse who hides income and other assets so that his or her true net worth can't be determined and divided appropriately in the divorce settlement. Some people begin hiding assets long ahead of asking their spouse for a divorce or in anticipation that their spouse will seek one.

Custody and visitation considerations for special needs kids

When parents divorce, it's generally best if they can share custody of their children, and the kids can spend time at both parents' homes, even if most is spent with one parent. However, for children with special needs, moving back and forth between residences may not be the best solution.

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