You were surprised when your ex-spouse announced that they were going to move for a new job opportunity. They already have a good job where they are, and you can't imagine what it would be like for your children to find out that the other parent is leaving.
If you have a prenuptial agreement in place, you may think that there is no way to counteract it. However, there are a few times when the court will ignore the agreement and determine a different outcome for your divorce.
When you have a well-paying job, one of the last things you might have trouble with is being able to provide for your children. Still, if you go through a divorce and have primary custody, the other parent is likely to owe you support.
You've always wanted to be married, and your wedding was the day you always imagined it would be. Life has changed since then, though, and you're worried that your marriage is not able to be saved.
No one wants to go through a contentious divorce, but it happens. As you and your spouse do your best to get through a difficult time in your lives, you may have an additional struggle: your children. How, when you both can't stand one another, can you raise children together?