Change is scary for most people, especially when children are involved and there is so much uncertainty about the future. The darkness of divorce is real, and many people find themselves falling into depression, overburdened by stress during this time. That is why this post is dedicated to inspiring hope to hearts that are broken along with the dreams that marriage promised.
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce in Texas and you have children, two important considerations are who will get custody and who will pay for their expenses. There are numerous factors that go into calculating child support, and the court may order one or both parents to contribute financially.
Marriages break down for different reasons, but some are the result of a couple having different plans for their future. For example, one spouse may want to move to another state, whether they want to be closer to family or pursue more lucrative career opportunities. Or, someone’s spouse may not want to have kids, even though they are determined to have multiple children. These are just some of the differences that married couples sometimes struggle with and in certain instances, these differences can ultimately lead to the breakdown of a marriage.