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Where to beat stress during a divorce

It is obvious that the divorce process can be stressful. Those who must endure it still have to live their lives, but it is often easier to do so if there is an outlet to blow off steam or just relax and forget about the world for a few hours. With this post, we will identify some of the best places to beat stress during a divorce.

Why can child support seem expensive

Other than custody issues, child support is easily the most difficult issues encountered by divorcing couples. In a nutshell, child support is supposed to cover the basic necessities in a child's life, help a custodial parent offset the costs of raising a child. Essentially, it follows a public policy practice that both parents are tasked with the obligation of financially supporting a child until he or she reaches the age of majority.

Should you have a secret account?

It's no secret that a majority of divorces are borne out of financial problems. Essentially, when money dries up, spouses are more likely to turn on each other. Given this notion, is it prudent to have a secret bank account or resource that your spouse does not know about? This is a question of scruples that leaves many people divided.

What courts consider in Texas move away cases

One of the sad facts about divorce is that one of the parents will decide to create a new life for themselves (and the child) in another state. This may happen when unmarried parents decide to end their relationship as well, but the unfortunate reality is the same: one parent moves on with the child, and the other is relegated to being a part-time parent.

How a grandparent can influence a child

The notion of a child being raised by a grandparent is nothing new. In fact, the old adage "it takes a village to raise a child" implicitly means that grandparents can take an active role in molding a child. More than seven million children across the United States are raised by at least one grandparent, and a number of prominent Americans, including Jack Nicholson, Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama were raised by grandparents.

Kardashian, Humphries case set for trial in May: annulment or divorce?

Many of our Houston readers are aware of the very short marriage between reality television star Kim Kardashian and NBA player Kris Humphries. Well the bliss lasted all of 72-days, and the couple's divorce is now set for trial on May 6. According to sources, Kardashian-now pregnant with musician Kayne West's child-wants the marriage ended before July, when the baby is due.

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