Regardless of whether you kids are still be happy with being out of school or are bouncing off the wall with boredom, a new school year will be like life starting all over again. With new classmates, new teachers and new expectations, it may take a while for some kids to adjust to all this change. At the same time, some parents, especially those going through divorces or relationship changes, could be stressed out as well.
In some divorce cases, alimony is awarded. Alimony is often called spousal support, but they function in the same way: one spouse pays another spouse for either a temporary or indefinite amount of time to alleviate any financial hardship that could occur as a result of the divorce.
In regard to today's post headline, we pose this query: What do Americans -- for the most part, all demographics considered -- really think about divorce?
Going through a divorce may produce a range of emotions for you. Announcing it may produce a range of responses as well. Some may be very sincere, others may be downright stupid. Nevertheless, you are going to have to deal with them. In the meantime, it is helpful to know what’s coming from those who don’t have a good sense of decorum, or any class.
The adage, "Misery loves company" would seem to solidly apply to the owners of nearly a dozen Wallingford liquor stores, given their recent ensnaring in an undercover police scheme focused on ID checks.
It is not unusual to want to modify the terms of your child custody agreement. Things happen in life. Circumstances change. The main thing is to keep the best interests of your child in mind, despite the need to revise the original terms of your divorce decree.
It must sometimes seem to company principals, office managers and HR specialists working in business enterprises in Connecticut and across the country that landmines -- at least figuratively -- confront them at all times as they go about their job duties.