Staying Financially Afloat: 3 Tips To Keep Divorce From Ruining Your Credit
19 April 2017
Getting out of an unhappy marriage will cost you on average anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000. If you are already having financial woes or if your former partner is bad with finances, the process of getting a divorce can absolutely ruin your credit. With help from a divorce attorney, you can protect your credit and watch over your finances. Your attorney will also help you keep track of your assets and your debts and also determine how they should be divided in the divorce.
Three Cases In Which You Should Delay Informing Your Partner About Your Decision To Divorce
5 April 2017
It is generally a good idea to inform your spouse the minute you decide to divorce them. Blindsiding someone with divorce papers can create bitterness and lead to an acrimonious divorce. However, there are a few cases in which it's dangerous to inform your spouse before taking a few precautions. Here are three examples of those situations:
You Suspect Your Spouse May Run Away with The Kids
If you suspect that your spouse may commit parental kidnapping, then you should take precautions to prevent that from happening before announcing your intention to divorce.
Learn How To Make An Amicable Divorce As Easy As It Can Be
14 March 2017
There are times when marriages simply do not work out. Some people fall out of love but can still have a great friendship with one another. If you and your spouse have realized that you no longer want to be married, use the following guide to learn how to make the divorce go as easily as it possibly can.
Determine How Your Belongings Are Going to Be Split
The first thing you need to do is determine who wants each of your belongings.
Letting Your Child In On Your Divorce
8 March 2017
Dealing with a divorce can also mean dealing with a lot of important issues, sometimes all at once. It's very easy to procrastinate telling your child about the upcoming divorce, and you should make sure that you are well-prepared when you do decide to move forward. When you consider that your child could be impacted by your divorce for the rest of their lives, you will understand that exactly what you say and how you say it can make a big difference.