Commonly, many individuals marry more than once in their lifetime. As a result, they may have children from previous relationships who gain a step-parent due to remarrying. In most cases, these blended families get along well and grow to love one another as a biological family would. This love often leads to a step-parent and step-child growing close and forming a strong familial bond.
Divorce comes with a myriad financial concerns. If you are the lesser earning spouse, you may be wondering how you will support yourself after the divorce is final. In certain circumstances, you may be eligible for spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance.
As a Kansas parent, you are concerned about the impact that your divorce will have on your children. The end of a marriage will certainly affect the youngest members of the family, but it is possible to smooth this transition and develop a parenting plan that benefits both the parents and the children.