Most couples don't decide to divorce on the spur of the moment. There's usually a build-up to it instead. Most couples file for divorce once they've grown tired of fighting to make things work. There's generally no chance of reconciliation for them. Spouses that are committed to walking away from their marriage should start discussing certain matters right away.
When someone's preparing to get divorced, they often talk about the devastating financial impact that it has on their life. Few people delve into how emotionally taxing that it can be. Fortunately, there are some strategies that you can employ to minimize the impact your divorce has on your emotional wellbeing and thus your overall life.
Data published by the American Psychological Association shows that the United States' divorce rate currently hovers around 50%. Many spouses lose interest in being married soon after they realize that their relationship isn't one of the fairytales shown on television. This leads some spouses to cheat. Others grow tired constantly bickering over money. A recent thread posted to the social media site Reddit captures more startling reasons American couples have divorced.
Anyone who hasn't ever gotten divorced before would assume that a divorce is over and done with once a judge signs off on their final order. While that helps you get closer to reclaiming your life, there are a few things that you still need to do after a Florida judge signs off on your divorce decree.
When most people are asked what comes to mind when they think about the summer, they often mention school being out, warm days, barbecues and family vacations. For many couples, though, it's around this time of the year that they begin planning for their divorce.
You and your spouse are tired of fighting and have made the decision to split for good. You want to keep the process as civil as possible and salvage what remains of your co-parenting relationship.
As you've ventured out to eat in Kissimmee in recent weeks, you've likely seen quite a bit of youth in satin gowns. It's that time of year again for high schoolers to walk across the stage and get their diplomas. Sadly in recent years, the start of divorce season has coincided with the high school graduations.
There's a big difference between a marriage that's going through a difficult time and one that's just generally unhappy. Difficult times can be endured and even help a couple grow. An unhappy marriage can ultimately stifle both people's lives and make them downright miserable.
Anyone who's been through a divorce will likely readily admit that it takes an emotional toll on them. Ending a relationship with someone that you've been involved with is inevitably difficult. What you often don't hear, though, are stories about the financial toll that a divorce takes on them. It can take a pretty significant one on your credit.
At least 50 percent of all married Americans get divorced. While most spouses are familiar with having to divide up property like furniture, cars, houses and other valuable assets during a divorce, few think about what happens with their digital assets. It's important to do so though. There are certain steps that you should take the minute you decide to divorce to protect your online reputation.