It is an economic fact of life that many couples will have to continue living under the same roof during their divorce. Here are eight tried-and-true survival tips to help you navigate living together during divorce.
Deciding what to do with the family home can cause a lot of conflict between a divorcing couple. Here’s some guidance from a mental-health professional, a financial professional, and a lawyer.
When you purchase a property with a co-owner, whether that be a partner, husband, wife, friend or family member, at some point in the conveyancing process you should be asked how you wish to hold the property. Your options will be to either hold the property as joint tenants or as tenants in common. But what does this actually mean, and what happens to the property upon the death of an ex-spouse?
Nesting allows children to stay in the family home while both parents take turns living with them. Although not a common arrangement, there are ways co-parents can make the most out of this transition time.
Separation and divorce can cause a lot of sleepless nights — and your old bed may be making matters even worse. Treat yourself to a truly comfortable bed — or sofabed, if space is at a premium — and help yourself to a good night’s sleep.
This article gives divorce design tips for hallways to ensure your house or apartment will be the premium size. Giving the appearance of enlarged space is of vital importance and we show you how.
When going through divorce, you need a good night’s sleep. Here’s how to make your home conducive to sleep at this difficult time.
Decorating can be your immediate first step to reinvention after divorce; you can do it right away! A new sofa or carpeting will quickly transform your home from drab and dull to chic and cheerful – in one swoop! Change transforms – create a home that is happy, beautiful, peaceful & serene!
For the divorced person, whose apartment or house may now be on the smaller side, creating a more expansive feel is very important. Any design feature which contributes to a lighter and airy feel is welcome.
Buying a new home can be stressful at the best of times. If you’re going through divorce, it can be even more overwhelming.