There are many positive aspects of open adoptions. In fact, some adoptive parents develop close relationships with their child's biological parent(s). But for every shining example, there is a nightmare experience to counter-balance the decision to have an open adoption.
It is more common than ever for both parents to share in parenting responsibilities after divorce. As such, many parents across Colorado will find themselves making decisions together and splitting custody for several years.
When you are dividing assets during a divorce, it can be very difficult to come to a complete agreement on how assets should be valued. There is likely to be a great deal of assets of sentimental value in the mix; therefore, it can be difficult as a divorcing couple to be objective on these issues.
When you are called to active duty, it can be a stressful time for both you and all of your family. You may find yourself being more worried for your loved ones than you are for yourself, and you are understandably likely to dread the time away from them.
Going through a divorce is difficult for anyone, but military personnel and their families have specific issues. One of them is a military pension and other benefits.
Going through the process of allocating child custody is tough on any family that is going through a divorce. However, as a parent that is a member of the military, the issues brought up can be even more challenging.
An increasing number of U.S. children are living with grandparents whether it be multiple generations under the same roof, foster care or – in some cases – adoption.