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Signs that parents are working well together

61616344_M.jpgMissouri parents can generally learn how to work together to raise their children after their marriage ends. There are many signs that indicate that a parenting plan is working well such as the presence of clear boundaries. In other words, parents understand that they can't control what their former spouse does. Instead, they will focus on teaching a child to work through adversity or how to solve problems in a positive manner.

Why now is the best time to plan a divorce

127781524_S.jpgParents in Missouri who are going to have a child in the near future should plan for how that child will be raised today. As part of the planning process, it may be a good idea to negotiate the terms of a future divorce. While it may seem odd to create a divorce settlement during what should be a happy time, it can make things easier if a marriage eventually fails. Agreements can be created either before or after the wedding takes place.

Financial concerns come with later-in-life divorce

83003588_S.jpgWhen people in Missouri decide to divorce later in life, they may face unique concerns and challenges. In the past, older Americans often stayed married. In many cases, they were already married for decades and had remained together for the children. Life expectancy was often lower and many people struggled with health problems. As Americans grow older and live longer, healthier lives, they often want to enjoy romantic fulfillment later in life as well. In addition, some older couples are on a second or later marriage, rather than being part of a decades-long partnership with children. These changes have meant that "gray divorce," meaning divorce between two older Americans, is on the rise.

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