The story is common: A spouse fails to pay child support. The receiving spouse takes legal action and things escalate.
More than any other time in history, American adults have freedom and possibility in their lives that last to a much later age. Well into their fifties and beyond, Americans are able to enjoy new hobbies, new job prospects and other important adventures.
For divorcing parents, the children are perhaps the most important consideration. In addition to figuring out a parenting plan that works for both parties, as well as dividing assets, handling child support and spousal support issues, parents need to consider how to take care of their children.
The baby boom began after World War II and ended as the Beatles invaded the U.S. in 1964. While divorce is difficult at any age, divorce late in life brings with it financial challenges that younger people simply do not yet have to face.
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