Going through a divorce as a grown adult is one thing, and it’s another when you’re a growing child. Devastation and confusion is magnified in children’s hearts and minds since they are too immature to understand why their parents are breaking their marriage covenant. Especially when they are trying to develop their concept of what love looks like in relationships.
If you are an American citizen and you are legally married to a non-citizen, your spouse’s citizenship is not automatic.
When you find the home of your dreams, you hope to move in as quickly as possible. However, you don't want to get ahead of yourself, as doing so could result in your overlooking an important detail.
Although every aspect of the divorce process is important, it's hard not to focus most of your time and attention on property division. The steps that you take to prepare yourself will impact how you negotiate with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, as well as which assets you receive in your settlement.
Most people have heard of getting a marriage annulled. However, you may be unclear how it differs from a divorce, and who qualifies for an annulment. Here is what you need to know about getting a marriage annulled in New York.