Divorce can be a difficult process, even for the most amicable of couples. In many cases, a traditional divorce may not be the best option for a New Hampshire couple, but they may consider a collaborative divorce instead. This option offers many benefits, but it is not for everyone. If you are considering this step, it is important to carefully weigh all options before moving forward.
The greatest joy for many people in New Hampshire and across the country is their children. While the first few months after the birth of a child may be difficult due to lack of sleep, parents are able to bond with their newborn. Unfortunately, one man in another state claims he was denied his opportunity to bond with his twins after the children's mother claimed he was not the father. He is now seeking child custody.
It is often difficult for married couples in New Hampshire to make parenting decisions together. Once they are divorced, there is often an added level of difficulty to coparenting. Unfortunately for celebrity couples, their complications are often amplified by the media. Such is the case involving a recent child custody battle between Robin Thicke and his ex-wife Paula Patton.
Couples who are facing struggles in their marriage must make a difficult decision -- should they stay together and try to save the marriage or seek a divorce? There are many considerations as part of this decision. In many situations in New Hampshire, the best option for some is to end their marriage. Once that decision is made, there are many more that follow. Unfortunately, one of the most contested issues in a divorce is alimony.
Some couples in New Hampshire may discover that their relationship is no longer working. In order to ensure their personal happiness as well as the overall well-being of their children, they often concede that a divorce is in their best interest. While most proceedings to end a marriage are relatively straight forward, a high asset divorce can be more complicated as both sides work to disentangle and divide assets.