Divorce is immensely difficult for all parties involved, and sometimes divorcing spouses do and say things that they otherwise wouldn't.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has data showing that the rate of marital split-ups has been moving downward. However, just a look around one's social circle may reveal a very different story: Split-ups are still common. A couple of tips can help with protecting one's finances following divorce in Alabama.
Just as parents in Alabama experience a wide range of emotions when dissolving a marriage, children can also have various reactions. This is especially true when child custody is one of the parents' biggest areas of contention. For example, some children might be angry, whereas others might feel more sadness. A few tips may help parents in Alabama to help their children as the parents navigate through divorce proceedings.