Dealing with the absence of child support payments from the other parent of your child can be debilitating. If you depend on child support as one stream of income, providing for your child's basic needs can be difficult. Even if you do not depend financially on the payments, knowing that your co-parent is not fulfilling their financial responsibilities can be frustrating and anger-inducing.
You hear people talk about a lot of different options for the house when they get divorced. They own the home together so that the kids don't have to move. They try bird-nesting, where they actually share the home themselves. One spouse buys the house from the other.
You found the love of your life and you’re planning to get married. However, you and your future mate come from two different financial worlds, so you want your future spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement. While it’s a delicate matter, you feel it’s important and necessary.