If you have kids and have decided to get a divorce, you should not move out of your home until a court determines residence and establishes a temporary custody plan for your children. Moving Out Establishes That You Don't Want To Live In Your Home To start with, moving out will make it look like you don't want to live in your house and it can weaken your argument to be allowed to stay in your house and for your spouse to move out.
- Being in the wrong place at the wrong time or being involved with the wrong people can give you a lot of guilty traits, even if you're completely innocent. If law enforcement is looking for suspects, anyone within eyeshot can be considered a potential culprit. If you're confused and looking for reasons to escape the situation, calm down and think about what you were doing; how it separates you from any criminal acts; and how mobile devices, receipts, cameras and other pieces of technology could help you out of a bad situation.
- Even if you don't have children, divorce is difficult to navigate. Toss children into the mix and you have a bigger problem. The court draws certain lines as far as children are concerned, and you might be surprised to find that the court could be looking down on some of your actions. Could you be sabotaging your custody case based on your interactions with the children? If you are doing any of the following, you might be.
- No one expects to go through a divorce. After all, you planned on your marriage lasting for years. Unfortunately, marriages can go astray. Whether it be that a spouse cheated or you just can't see eye-to-eye, divorces are sometimes justifiable. If you are in the middle of a divorce case, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind to prevent making matters more complicated for yourself.