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Sell the house after divorce, or let your kids keep living in it?

Raising children in Alaska or anywhere is not for the faint of heart in modern society. However, most parents describe their journeys as rewarding and satisfying albeit not without various challenges along the way. One challenge many parents in this and other states are currently facing has to do with divorce. If you're preparing to, or have recently gone through divorce, you're likely focused on the impact it may have or has had on your children.

Navigating the unique complexities of a military divorce

Many things make military life different from civilian life. In the event of a divorce, a person's military service could play a role in property division, child custody and visitation schedules. If you are facing the prospect of a military divorce, you may find it helpful to prepare yourself for the complexities of the process ahead.

When is setting up a special needs trust appropriate?

Estate planning is a complex process. There are many things to consider as you work on a plan to uniquely suit your needs, and that includes caring for your loved ones in the future. One of the ways that you can do this is by setting up a trust as part of your complete estate plan.

What are the benefits of seeking Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection?

Alaska consumers who find themselves overrun by debt may know how difficult it can be to see a way out. It feels hopeless to be unable to deal with your debt on your own, and the calls from creditors and debt collectors only add to your stress. It is overwhelming, but there are options available to you.

What is going to happen to my kids after my divorce?

The end of a marriage brings many significant changes for the two spouses, but it can bring significant changes for any minor children as well. Kids often bear the emotional brunt of a divorce, even when the two parents are amicable. and for this reason, many Alaska parents work to minimize the negative impact for the children.

Are you ready to fight for your share of marital assets?

Without a doubt, you are experiencing a range of emotions because of your impending divorce. Some days you may wish to stay in bed, watch TV and forget the whole thing. Of course, the longer you have been married, the more difficult it may be to disentangle your life from your spouse's, and this may be especially true when it comes to finances.

Do you want the right to see your grandchildren?

Many people would say that being a grandparent is better than being a parent. You get to spoil the kids and then send them home to their parents. This arrangement often goes well while the parents are either happily married or happily living together. Problems arise when the status of the parents' relationship changes.


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