Can you really ever prepare for a divorce? Although people handle divorce differently, you can do some advance preparation from a legal point of view. It is harder to prepare emotionally, even if you are the one who desires the divorce, and even you know that it is the only option. Counseling can help prepare you for the emotional ups and downs that follow. Legally, there are some things … [Read more...] about Can you Really “Prepare” for a Divorce?
Grounds for Divorce
Divorce is difficult and emotionally taxing, even when the economy is stable. Added to the already overwhelming financial stress that some families are already experiencing, it can seem like an insurmountable burden. Divorce and business downsizing have a lot in common. In both processes the principals involved must analyze their assets and debts, strengths and weaknesses. In both … [Read more...] about Divorce and Downsizing in Difficult Economic Times
An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties are in agreement about what is going to happen, and they cooperate in the process. Therefore, it is less expensive than a contested one and is completed more quickly. In an uncontested divorce, the parties are in agreement about the issues (division of assets/debts and custody/support/visitation of children). Since they are in … [Read more...] about Will Your Divorce be Uncontested?