When you get married, the last thing on your mind is likely a divorce. As we discussed last week, there are some points that wedding planners might see that clue them into the possibility that your marriage will end in divorce. It is imperative for you to take steps to protect yourself and your interests if your marriage does end.
Getting married is a big event for the bride and groom. This should be the start of a beautiful journey; however, not all marriages last until death do they part. Sadly, divorce is the end of many marriage.
We recently discussed the emotional effects that a divorce can have on you, as well as some ways that you can cope with these. Many people don't realize just how emotional the process is. Even if you were the one who filed for the divorce, you are still likely going to experience a range of feelings about the divorce.
Going through a divorce isn't easy at all. In fact, you are likely going to have some challenges at some point during the process. There are some situations that might seem almost hopeless, but there are ways that you can work through them.
In our previous two blog posts, we've discussed matters related to child custody. While this is likely the thorniest component that you must deal with when in the midst of a divorce, it certainly isn't the only issue you have to address.
Realizing that your marriage is over is a time of new beginnings and emotions. Whether you come to this realization on your own or when you are handed divorce papers, you have to start thinking about the future. We are here to help guide you through the legal process that you have to go through to end your marriage.
When you go through a divorce, every aspect of your life is thrown into a tailspin. This includes your finances. You have to make sure that you are ready to deal with the financial upheaval.
When you think of the ways that a divorce might impact your life, you will likely think about things like having to move or pay bills on your own. You might not think about factors like how the divorce is going to impact your credit.
Your divorce is both a blessing and a curse. It is a blessing because it is a chance to start anew. It is a curse because you have to divide everything accumulated during the marriage. This includes everything from property to children.
When you and your ex split up, one of the questions that you have to answer is who is going to move out of the house. The answer to this isn't always easy. Even if the house is in your name and you pay the bills, you might have to do some work to get your ex out.