Should you move out when getting a divorce?
Parenting issues The situation may be tense and uncomfortable for the adults. But unless it is truly detrimental to the children, the parent who ultimately moves out, should not do so until his or her ability to have meaningful contact with them is legally protected.
What happens when divorce goes to default?
A divorce by default occurs when the person who files for divorce does not receive a timely response from the other spouse. You can’t take back or rescind the divorce once the courts have finalized it, even if the defendant never received the petition and did not know a spouse filed for divorce.
Can a stipulation agreement be changed?
Stipulated agreements can be modified after a party shows that any change of circumstance has occurred. With litigated judgments, a party will only be able to modify the child custody order if they can show a significantly changed circumstance warranting a modification.