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How children view divorce when parents get along just fine

It's one thing for children living with both parents to constantly witness arguments between the two people they love most in the world. Night after night, day after day, when contention never ceases, many people decide to sever their marital ties, and children are often very understanding in such cases. However, when parents in Kentucky or elsewhere get along like two peas in a pod, children may have far more difficulty coming to terms with divorce.

Divorce may be on the horizon if these issues exist in a marriage

Apparently, Kentucky couples facing marital problems may be more likely to sever their ties if certain issues are present in their marriages. For instance, those who have daughters are allegedly more prone to divorce. Those with college degrees, however, are typically more inclined to keep their marriages intact.

Divorce, children, Easter and visitation issues

Many Kentucky parents face tremendous parenting plan challenges when they choose to sever their marital ties. Divorce is often a complicated, messy process. Holidays like Easter, that were once normal components of the family's yearly routines, suddenly become focal points of contentious debates regarding who will spend which holidays where.

How will property division laws affect your divorce?

When married people in Kentucky file for divorce, they typically face a variety of challenges regarding several important issues. At the top of the list (if they have children) are matters concerning child custody. Financial issues are also often the subject of disagreement between spouses (even during marriage); thus, property division laws, child support, alimony and other money topics may add fuel to the fire when it comes to trying to reach an amicable agreement.

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