You and your spouse never signed a prenuptial agreement. Now that you're getting divorced, you know he or she is nervous that you're going to get more than "your fair share."
Families experience conflicts that don't show up in TV commercials. A common situation is where parents don't allow their own parents to have a relationship with their grandchildren.
As you divide your assets during the divorce process, you also face the reality of dividing time with the children. Will you win custody of the children? Will you be able to see them at all? These can be scary questions for parents who want to continue raising their kids and strengthening relationships with them. Here is an overview of what you can do and what you can expect from custody proceedings: