It's common for individuals who were previously married or have children from previous relationships to get remarried and/or have new children. But how can having a new child or getting married again affect your existing child support or alimony obligation?
Going through a divorce can be emotional for everyone involved. Issues of living arrangements often arise before or after filing the divorce petition.
When two parents divorce, it means a complete rebuilding of the family's life. One important group that often gets overlooked in this area, however, is grandparents.
Any divorce, no matter the circumstances, is difficult. It involves the dissolution of a relationship and all that entails.
One of the greatest joys in the world is having children, but not all of us arrive at family life in the same way. For some of us, we marry someone who already has children of their own and help in raising them.
When you tie the knot with the love of your life, you're typically not thinking about the possibility of divorce down the road.
All divorces are unique because all relationships are unique, and you may have questions regarding your specific circumstances. A common question that comes up is how adultery can affect the outcome of a divorce.
Falling in love is a beautiful thing. Getting engaged and marrying your sweetheart is an incredible milestone filled with lots of excitement.
More than 350,000 Minnesota children live in a single-parent household, many because their parents divorced or no longer live with one another. Having a relationship with both parents is vital to the well-being of most children, regardless of their parents'
No matter where you are in the divorce process, having a family law attorney who will assess your circumstances and walk you through all of your legal options is important. The Law Office of Glen A. Norton focuses on making the process as painless as possible for both you and your family.