The short answer is no. The only things you can do are: 1. In a mature manner, ask to go to family counseling. 2. Stop doing whatever you've been doing that caused the divorce. Best of luck. Answer No, it's not up to you.
Keep in mind that it is extremely rare for a teen to have much fault in it when their parents divorce. They may FEEL responsible, but the truth is that it's normally exclusively a matter of what is going on between the parents.
Wanting parents to get divorced to make your life easier sounds rather selfish. Certainly if the conflict between the parents is making your life hard, it may seem like an easy solution to the problem, but you may be unpleasantly surprised to find out that it doesn't necessarily improve things.
He had to overcome the divorce of his parents.
Divorce of parents Extreme life events such as a death of a friend or relative.
If you are talking about your parents to teens or children of any age this can be a trauma. Most children don't want their parents to divorce. The pros are if the parents are always arguing in front of the children; there is abuse then this can teach the child abusive behavior. Neither of these two ways of life are good for children and it's best for the parents to divorce and share custody of the children. After divorce some parents even become good friends.
A life estate is not affected by a divorce unless that was made a condition when the life estate was granted. The grant would need to state the life estate would be terminated in the event of a divorce. If there was no limitation in the original grant then the life tenant has the right to the use and possession of the property for the duration of their natural life. They would need to sign a release to extinguish the life estate.
I am fairly certain a sibling divorce is not possible because they hold no legal power over you, as your parents would, nor do they hold legal power with you, like a husband or wife would. You should probably talk to your parents, your teachers, or an adult that you trust about your brother.
they are completely heart broken and i would know i am one. they will cry about it for the rest of their lives and make sure they get to see both of his/her parents or they will hate life.
What would make my life easier is having a better paycheck. As much as I don't want to admit it, more money helps me do more things I need to do, thus making my life easier.
she was lonely and shy. also shocked and confused by mother's unexplained disappearance.
death of a pet the separation or divorce of parents,or having trouble in relationships with peers
the onset of divorce can be a very difficult obstacle to overcome. Children are always aware of what is going on in the home, and they are generally aware that they have no control over the divorce. Honestly it depends on the child, just because there parents got one doesn't mean they have to lead that life and follow in their footsteps..
When a person gets a divorce, they may want to make sure that beneficiary and ownership info on life insurance is as they would like it. A lawyer may be of further help.
he does not get proper guidelines and go on bad company and also effect on his or her life..
If the divorce decree states that life insurance must be held naming the ex spouse as beneficiary (and any other conditions), then the ruling lasts until another court ruling. You are out of luck if you didn't get it added to the divorce decree in the first place. However, if you are parents of young children, it would serve you both well to hold a life insurance policy naming the other as beneficiary.
My best guess would be post-traumatic stress disorder or dissociative disorder, both of which can result from a life-changing negative experience.
They are mostly about relationships she has been through. Her songs consists of her growing up, (Breakaway) her parents divorce,(Because of you) a couple breakups (My life would suck without you and Already Gone)
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People don't listen to their parents. People don't listen to their parents because the kids think that they can rule their parents, but they can't.Answer:It is part of most teenagers to be rebellious in an attempt to find themselves and who they are, when they grow up they will look back at their life and wish they had payed more attention to their parents and what they were telling them. Your parents just want to help and it would make your life a lot easier if you just listened to them.
Bird nest custody is when parents divorce in hope that they will cause little disruption in their child's everyday life.
To make life easier
IMHO, it would be a divorce one obtained before repenting of their sins and accepting Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior and Lord of their life.
* it made our life easier because we do not need to write but we would just type.
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I know it's hard when my parents got a divorce. I went to my favorite teachers' and talked about it. Or you could go to your older siblings if you have any and talk about it. There are lots of people you could go to such as guidance counselors, other family members, friends, or even your own parents. Its ok to feel sad because your life is changing. You might move to a new house when your parents get a divorce. Maybe you might not see one parent as much as you used to. But it's important to know that whatever reason your parents are getting a divorce, it has nothing to do with you. It's not your fault and your parents still love you.
NO RULES. nuff' said. ^^ no, duties and responsibilities can be anything basically. For example chores. if the parents are always busy and need help around the house chores would be a good idea. mainly, their duty is to be an obedient child and be able to make life easier for the parents