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If you have limited parenting time, your actions matter

Having custody of your child as a single parent has its benefits and downsides. On one hand, you're able to make the rules in your house. You are the only person your child answers to while they're with you. You can make plans and carry them out.

Divorcing after supporting your spouse? Alimony may be possible

You worked much of the time during the first few years of your marriage, but after your spouse made it through medical school and was hired on as a surgeon, you were prepared to take a break. You had supported them all this time, covered their schooling fees and worked hard. Now, it is supposed to be your turn to focus on schooling and the career you want to build for yourself.

How can you deal with a troubled child after divorce?

When your kids are in their teens, one of the things that could start happening is that they try to leverage you or their other parent to get the things they want. Whether it's trying to convince you both that they're at the other parent's home for the night while they really go out to a party or just trying to manipulate which home they're in when they might have been in trouble in the other, it's a definite struggle.

On active duty? You may still get custody

You love your kids, but the reality is that you're in active service. As a result, you could be asked to deploy at almost any time and potentially without much warning. You want to maintain custody of your children while you're in the United States, but you know that the court may frown on the potential for you to leave unexpectedly.

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