SaveTweetA divorce is not only difficult for you and your spouse, but is also tough on your kids especially if they're still living at home.
You'll have to reach a settlement with your spouse on issues like custody, visitation rights, and child support. Below you'll find some great guidance that can help you figure out how to approach these matters.
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