In some ways, birdnesting seems simple. The children live in the same house all the time, even after divorce. Their parents move in and out in accordance with the custody schedule. The simplicity, and the fact that the children don’t have to move, often convinces...
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Can your ex be required to tell you where they take your child?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | May 11, 2023 | Child Custody
Sharing custody of a child can be very difficult for a parent – particularly if you aren’t confident about your co-parent’s judgment or responsibility. Even if you have sole physical custody and your ex has only visitation rights, handing your child over for a day can...
What are the advantages of lump-sum alimony?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | May 4, 2023 | Divorce Financial Planning
Most people collect alimony – also known as spousal support – once a month. They view it similarly to child support, as their ex has been ordered to pay for a certain number of months after the couple’s divorce. However, this is definitely not the only way to receive...
Changes in arguments may be a precursor to divorce
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Apr 25, 2023 | Divorce Financial Planning
It’s important to predict divorce if you can. If you understand that it’s coming, that knowledge gives you time to take important steps to prepare for the divorce. For instance, you can gather your financial documentation and take an inventory of the assets that you...
Can a child custody order be modified?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Apr 20, 2023 | Child Custody
The relationship between you and your spouse just wasn’t working out. The only feasible option left on the table was divorce. Divorce proceedings resulted in numerous challenges, most notably concerning child custody. Thankfully, a custody order has been signed off by...
Signs that you and your spouse are drifting apart
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Apr 5, 2023 | High Asset Divorce
When a couple is drifting apart, there are usually a few telltale signs that something is amiss. These signs can be subtle at first, but if you pay attention, you may be able to identify them before the relationship deteriorates further. These signs can also indicate...
3 financial considerations during divorce
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Mar 26, 2023 | Divorce Financial Planning
One of the biggest changes that you have to deal with during a divorce is figuring out finances. This can be challenging because you still have to support basic life needs, but you’ll only have your own income to rely on. There are a few things to consider that may...
3 ways a mortgage will change during a Kentucky divorce
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Mar 6, 2023 | Divorce Financial Planning
The word mortgage is a French term that literally means death pledge. The name reflects the level of commitment involved in such agreements and also the many years that are generally required to pay a mortgage off in full. The average mortgage lasts for 30 years,...
Options for your home if you get a divorce
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Mar 6, 2023 | High Asset Divorce
Getting divorced means dividing assets, and people often focus on big-ticket assets first. This could include things like dividing up a retirement fund or an investment portfolio. It could just mean dividing your financial savings. One of the biggest assets that most...
3 tips for child custody and extracurricular activities
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Feb 27, 2023 | Child Custody
Children often worry about what’s going to change in their life when they’re going through a divorce between their parents. While there will certainly be some changes, the children’s extracurricular activities shouldn’t have to change. Coming up with a plan with your...
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