When it comes to divorce, there are several myths around that people tend to pass around. Attorneys often hear incorrect statements and grounds for separating, child custody as well as child support. Those considering splitting up should know which misconceptions they shouldn’t believe before they start the process of a divorce.
One Person Can Prevent the Other Spouse from Obtaining a Divorce
There are no-fault divorce laws that allow one spouse to file for divorce without proving the other did anything wrong. Uncooperative spouses can prevent attorneys from negotiating settlement agreements for dissolution. On the other hand, they can’t stop courts from deciding on issues such as division of property, child custody and granting final divorce decrees.
Mothers Get the Children Automatically in Custody Disputes
Courts make decisions based on the best interest of the child when the parents can’t agree on custody. While a ruling can give the mother …