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Calendars can be useful in a divorce case

Calendars may provide crucial evidence that could result in an individual obtaining child or spousal support in a divorce settlement. For example, an individual may have marked the dates that he or she went on vacation with a former spouse. It may also show that a couple routinely had dinners at fancy restaurants or saw shows together. This may be important because it could be proof of the lifestyle that an individual enjoyed while married.

Ultimately, what is written on a calendar could help a person obtain spousal support or other financial assistance in a divorce settlement. Parents may also benefit by keeping calendars in their possession. This is because those calendars may make mention of a birthday party that a child went to or a soccer tournament that took place out of town. The custodial parent may be entitled to help paying for gifts he or she purchased for that party or expenses a child incurred while on the road.

It also isn't uncommon for parents to keep track of visits to a doctor or therapist on a calendar. In a divorce settlement, it may be possible to ask for help covering deductibles, co-pays and other costs related to obtaining that care. At a minimum, having a calendar handy can jog a parent's memory during a stressful time when it can be easy to forget things.

Those who are going through a divorce may want to consult with a family law professional. This person may help a parent obtain evidence that may maximize his or her chances to receive spousal support, child support or other assets in a settlement. If an individual chooses to settle a divorce through mediation, legal counsel may be able to review an agreement before it becomes binding on that person.

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