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Sole Custody vs. Joint Custody

In cases where divorcing spouses share children, they will have to address the question of who receives custody. If you are unsure of the types of custody arrangements available to you, this can leave you feeling rather confused and uneasy as you enter these negotiations. Here is what you need to know about child custody to understand how it might affect you and your children as you move forward:

What Happens to Your Debts After a Divorce?

When spouses choose to divorce, one of their primary concerns is likely to be their assets, which will have to be divided. However, what many often forget to consider are their shared debts, such as home mortgages, loans for cars, and credit card debts. While these might not have seemed like a big deal to you as a married couple with two sources of income, it can become a real problem if you are the one left with a larger share of the bill.

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