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Is nesting realistic in your situation?

In cases of divorce with minor children, nesting, also called bird-nesting, is one option that some higher-income parents consider. It is when the parents decide to keep the children in one home and rotate out. So, instead of the children going to a different home every week or every month, it is their parents who do that.

Child support negotiations may seem intimidating

Having children may have been one of the most joyous moments in the lives of many Kentucky residents. Now that the parents are getting divorced, they may have many fears when it comes to doing right by those kids. Though custody issues may be a main focus, making decisions relating to child support can also prove immensely important.

Control, manipulation may cause high asset divorce in Kentucky

The saying goes that money cannot buy happiness. For many Kentucky residents, this notion may be particularly true. Though they and their spouses may have a considerable amount of wealth, their marriages may not be filled with love and respect. Unfortunately, emotional abuse in these relationships may lead many individuals to filing high asset divorce petitions.

Chapman, Weinstein in line for a high asset divorce

Having millions of dollars can often allow individuals to feel financially secure. However, when some of those individuals find themselves going through a high asset divorce, they may soon begin to worry about potentially losing some of that security. These situations in particular can often result in complicated divorce cases that may take a significant amount of time to sort through.

Divorce Information Center

Contemplating divorce is difficult. Whether or not you are sure you want to end your marriage, it helps to learn the basics of divorce law.

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