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The Complications of Autism and Divorce

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Parents of a child with autism often find themselves in a struggle to maintain a positive and fruitful relationship. Many such parents report unique strains in their marriage, such as less time to spend together as a couple and decreased patience with their spouse.

Despite the challenges that occur in families where at least one child has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a 2012 survey of more than 77,000 parents found that the parents of a child with autism divorce at the same rate as other couples. Still, some children with autism do experience their parents’ divorce, and that event can have significant effects on their well-being.

Tips to Help You Divide Your Business During Your Divorce

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You have a major task on your hands if you have to divide a business in your divorce. The following are some useful measures to help you with the division.

Categorize the Business Properly

Colorado is an equitable division state, which means Colorado courts don't necessarily divide marital assets equally. Rather, the courts divide marital assets in a fair manner and take into account various factors, such the value of your separate assets, how much debt you have, and the length of your marriage.

Parenting Plans and Vacation Planning: What You Need to Know

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After a divorce, a trip with your children should be a happy and restful reprieve. During the divorce, you and your spouse should have created a parenting plan which outlines your plans to co-parent the kids after the divorce. Vacation time is an important component of the parenting plan.

The plan allows each of you the opportunity to discuss your thoughts or concerns about how the children vacation. Be sure to consider the following points referring to vacation when you develop your parenting plan.