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Divorced Couples Give Up More Than a Marriage

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From separating their marital property to their child custody agreements, those that are divorced have a lot to think about. Whether a couple chooses to decide these aspects of their lives through settlement or litigation, they will need to get the approval of the court. If they decide they would like to change any of these details, the court must agree with the new terms.

Divorcing Spouse Loses Control of Income in Divorce

When divorcing, a couple may deal with courts and judges on a regular basis. Many of their individual decisions will be invalidated in preference to what the court deems to be in the best interests of all.

Some of the things an individual gives up in a court case includes:

  • How much money will be paid in spousal support
  • How much money they will be able to retain and save of their own income
  • Control of their finances once it is paid to a former spouse
  • How their child support money is paid to their children

This loss of finances or gain of property is more than money, but also the decision or control of this money. While a divorce may free the individual from a marriage, it places them deeper in control of the courts than ever before. The courts play a large role in a person's life once they decide to be unmarried in ways that no married couple would ever consider.

Since the court plays such a large role in the lives of the divorced, it is important that any person goes into it with the best possible representation. If you are seeking divorce, or a change of alimony or child custody, you need to ensure that you have an experienced attorney by your side.


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