If you have recently decided to separate from your spouse and pursue a divorce in Montana, chances are you have already begun experiencing the emotional turmoil that comes with such a significant change in a critical relationship. You may have already started making decisions about the direction of your future, but to achieve them, it is imperative that you remain focused and effective in your job. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep perspective at work despite the inner conflict you have recently started to experience.
If you are preparing for your marriage to come to an end or have already split up with your spouse, many different issues may be in front of you, from child support to the emotional impact of splitting up. However, our law office knows that divorce can result in all sorts of other changes in peoples’ lives, some of which can create a great deal of uncertainty and have a major impact on their future. For example, many people relocate after a divorce and some even move to a new city or part of the country.
When a parent is awarded child support in the wake of a divorce, one common question that the receiving spouse has is "what costs are covered by these payments?"