Getting married is a crucial decision for everybody. Usually, people tend to find the right choice for themselves. But the odds are that you might also end up with the wrong person. In such cases, the best thing to do is to get separated and save yourself and your partner from lifelong misery.
When it comes to divorce, the things are not equally pleasant for children. For them, the road full of potholes has just begun. In order to ensure a safe ride for them throughout this road, parents have to be equally accountable.
According to the Department of Justice Canada in some special circumstances the base support amount can be increased or decreased. Such special cases are:
Before granting a divorce, the judge must be satisfied that appropriate financial arrangements have been made.
Custody of the children
Deciding who should have responsibility for children after a marriage is over is a trivial task. It is possible that both parents might want the custody of the children. Therefore, in such circumstances, the judge must make a conclusion by considering the following factors:
There are times when a couple wants a divorce, but feel the need to share their responsibilities as parents equally. In such cases, the parents are awarded joint custody of their children.
In other words, both parents have an equal say in making all the major decisions concerning the children (about discipline, school, major outings, holidays, etc). The living arrangements are also different for the children. They may live with each parent for an equivalent time or live mostly with one parent.
If the custody of the children is given to only one parent, then the other one has a right to spend time with them. Generally, a parent with access usually has a right to:
Not many parents go to court regarding the custody. Expensive proceedings and stressful times are the main reason. Undoubtedly, you have choices other than the court; but if you choose us, then we can assure you of a peaceful and a fair judgement for your child.
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