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3 ways parents can help kids get used to having two homes

Divorce can cause many changes to a child's life. One of the most disruptive changes can be the switch from having one home to having two homes. Regardless of the date your divorce was finalized, the date you and the other parent began living apart is likely when your divorce became real to your child.

How to decide whether a divorce trial is worth pursuing

Couples in Texas and throughout the United States who choose to end their marriages generally want to do so as quickly and easily as possible. Of course, there can be situations in which it may be necessary to take extra time to end a marriage properly. For instance, a spouse may want a larger share of marital assets or sole custody of the children. However, just because negotiations may have stalled doesn't mean that going to trial is necessarily a good idea.

7 lifestyle changes many parents don't expect after divorce

If you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage, you probably realize your divorce will trigger many changes. You probably expect that you will each have your own house, that your children may end up spending time at both homes and that you may have to give up some of the property you and your spouse acquired during your marriage.

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