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March 2020 Archives

The value that you can add to your grandchild's life

If you ever take time and speak with an adult who was fortunate enough to have a close relationship with their grandparent, they'll likely tell you about the many wonderful pieces of wisdom that they learned from their grandparents while growing up. Grandmothers and grandfathers have an important role to play in helping their grandchildren develop into productive adults. There's so much that you can teach them.

How should my ex and I divide up family photos when we divorce?

Most people take pictures using their phones or some other type of digital camera nowadays. It, therefore, may seem a bit odd for one to ask what happens with their photographs once a couple decides to divorce. It's not too strange of a question though, considering how it's likely that those photographs are saved on a spouse's actual phone, tablet, computer or in a cloud-based account. Inventorying and arranging for the dividing up of these marital assets may take some negotiation.

Why requesting visitation with your grandkids may not be ideal

If you're particularly close to your grandchildren, then you may find it particularly hard to come to terms with the thought of not being able to spend time with them if some type of family dispute happens. This doesn't have to be the end of things though. In states like Ohio, grandparents do have rights to see their grandchildren. It's up to you to carefully weigh the pros and cons of pursuing legal action to get to see them though.

Study: A woman's job promotion makes them more apt to divorce

A researcher at Stockholm University recently published a paper in which she highlighted how women who land big job promotions are more likely to get divorced than their male counterparts. The lead researcher of the study presented various reasons why this is the case.

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