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Grandparents' right hinge on the children's best interests

Grandparents may want visitation rights after a couple including one of their children gets divorced. They hope that their grandchildren will still be a big part of their lives, and they don't want to lose that connection.

Bureau of child support enforcement can help if payments are late

It's not uncommon for Pennsylvania residents -- who are parents and happen to divorce -- to have to pay child support. Most good parents are quite willing to contribute financially to their own children's temporal and future care, even if they no longer wish to be in a marriage to the children's other parent. If you're a custodial parent facing a serious problem with a former spouse who refuses to adhere to an existing court order, you'll be glad to know there are resources available to help you.

3 options when selling your home during divorce

You've owned your home for five years, and now you and your spouse are getting divorced. You think it's worth more than you paid for it, but it's not an asset that you control outright. What can you do with it? There are three basic options, assuming you don't want to go on jointly owning the home even after the divorce -- something that can be problematic if your spouse stops making the payments, as you'd still be liable.

Is it easier to get divorced when you're wealthy?

Do you ever feel like wealthy people and celebrities get divorced more often than anyone else? Some who have studied divorce have come to the conclusion that part of the reason may be economic stability, which makes it easier for the wealthy to split up.

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