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Don't let social media ruin the outcome of your divorce

Getting divorced can be a frustrating and isolating process. You may feel like no one is on your side, and that the odds are stacked against you. However, there are certain things you can do (or avoid doing) to improve your chances of a positive outcome in a divorce. Changing your attitude about social media is one of the most important.

Making co-parenting work during the busy school year

Setting terms for child custody and visitation can be one of the most complicated and emotional aspects of a divorce. You and your spouse both know you'll be better off separated, but it can be difficult to figure out how to share time and custody of your children. The time constraints of the school year can place additional strain on your co-parenting arrangements.

What happens if my ex is refusing to allow visitation?

Just because your marriage is over doesn't mean you get to stop interacting with your former spouse. If you have children together, you will likely need to see each other occasionally for the rest of your lives, even after your children are adults. Not everyone handles this fact particularly well. While you're going through a divorce, it's common for disagreements to crop up between you and your former spouse. Child custody and visitation are often issues that cause a lot of problems between former spouses. If your former spouse has custody during the divorce, you may feel like you never see your children.

How asset division works in Indiana divorces

Other than child custody, asset division is often the most contentious part of a divorce. Every state in the United States has its own laws about how to fairly and appropriately divide assets. In Indiana, the courts pool all marital debts and assets into a "marital pot" and then divide based on a number of factors.

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