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Try these coping mechanisms to get through your divorce

When you're going through a divorce, it's important to take some time for yourself to relax and recover. This is an emotionally difficult time for you, and it can cause financial strain as well. No matter what you're going through, it's most important that you take care of your physical and mental health.

Parental rights and domestic violence: Custody rights

After allegations of domestic violence, a court is more likely to be conservative when determining custody arrangements. One concern is that the once-abusive party could become abusive toward his or her child. This is why it's important for all aspects of the case to be discussed before custody cases are determined.

Disestablishing paternity: A father's right within reason

When two people are getting a divorce and have a child together, it's normal for the primary custodian to receive child support payments from the other parent. In the case that a man and woman are getting a divorce and a man is not sure that a child is his, he may ask for a DNA test to verify paternity before he pays child support to provide for a child he believes may not be his.

Are pets assets or do judges award custody?

Pets are commonplace in households in the United States, and they definitely can fall into the middle of a dispute in a divorce. Many couples choose to forego having children, and pets may be treated so much like family that neither person wants to give them up. What happens when a pet is in the middle of its owners' contentious divorce?

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