National tabloids and entertainment-linked stories frequently spotlight prenuptial agreements when they chronicle celebrity divorce tales. That reasonably implies for many people that discussing and executing a marital contract prior to getting hitched is something almost exclusively reserved for wealthy couples.
When you imagine a divorce you probably think of a young couple. The stereotypical image is often of two people who decided to get married too early and ultimately grew apart. Most people do not think about couples who have been together for multiple decades separating late in their lives as the poster for divorce. That said, these situations do commonly occur.
Summer break is now in full swing, and kids have been out of school for several weeks. If you are a divorced or divorcing parent sharing custody, summer can be a frustrating time. On one hand, it provides great opportunities to go on family vacations and give the kids unique experiences like summer camps. On the other hand, it may mean regularly doing custody exchanges with your co-parent or getting into disagreements about last-minute changes to the schedule.