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Your child's divorce won't end your grandparent relationship

Divorce is a difficult time not just for the two people ending their marriage but for the extended family that has grown up around the couple. Their children, as well as their parents and siblings, may feel the repercussions of a divorce. One of the most obvious issues is when someone's former spouse seeks and wins full custody of the children and then begins to deny other family members visitation with the kids.

Managing a new school year after a divorce

Indiana families who have experienced a divorce and are now in the midst of adjusting to a new school year will no doubt find that this school year feels distinctly different than the previous ones. Children as well as moms and dads will notice the changes and it is important for the parents to take steps to ease the transition and awkwardness to help kids focus on their school and social experiences, not their changing home lives.

Your divorce and your financial future

If you and your spouse in Indiana have been experiencing marital difficulties and you believe that ending your marriage may be the best thing for you, it is important that you approach your divorce in a pragmatic and smart way. This involves making sure you are fully versed about your marital financial situation and that you plan appropriately for your future single financial life. If you have not been the one in your marriage to handle money, now is the time to get involved and learn as much as you can.

Are there advantages to adopting your grandchildren?

Gaining legal guardianship or custody of your grandchildren can be a challenging undertaking, in addition to sometimes being heartbreaking and frustrating. If you find yourself with the task of raising your grandchildren, you are not alone. Countless grandparents in Indiana and elsewhere are the primary caregivers of their grandchildren.

How are student loans handled in a divorce?

It is not uncommon for people in Indiana to incur student loan debt when going to college. The amount of money that students often have to borrow even to just get an undergraduate degree can saddle them with debt for years after they have graduated. For students who pursue advanced or professional degrees, their student loan payments may extend decades and be akin to small mortgages. It is this reality that leads a lot of people to still have this debt when they get divorced.

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