When a Dallas couple does well in business, they will often have difficulties in divorce. That is because it can be difficult to divide significant assets such as a business between the spouses when the end of a marriage arrives.
No one wants to have intimate details of their lives dragged out and put on display for examination by strangers, neighbors, co-workers and family. But that is what can happen in a divorce; especially a contentious split.
Things are not always what they appear to be. Before a couple married in 2009, the husband — a U.S. citizen originally from Turkey — agreed with his immigrant bride that there would be no alimony in the event their marriage ended in divorce.
Deciding on child custody is often one of the most contentious pieces for divorcing couples with children. Each spouse desperately wants to make sure their child is properly cared for and each may have opposing views on the other's parenting. Typically, each parent also wants to make sure quality time with the children is fair and equal.
When parents in Dallas decide to end their marriages, they often want to do what they can to protect their children as much as possible. One way to do that is to design a child custody agreement that helps put the kids at ease. The children involved need to know that their parents still love them and that the love will not change after divorce.