If you’re looking to minimize conflict and move toward compromise, anticipating the issues that will likely trigger you and your spouse / ex will help you de-escalate the situation.
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The reality is that divorce is tough enough without having the immediacy of social media outlets being some kind of a “go-to” for you to purge your frustrations and heartbreak.
Negotiating with your ex can speed up your divorce or custody case. You’ll want to learn how your local court process works.
The story of the final breaking point leading to my divorce with an abusive husband.
Uncontested divorces are the quickest, easiest way to dissolve a marriage without fighting over belongings, assets, and debts. Uncontested divorces are also the cheapest way to achieve a divorce.
Newly single life, unfortunately, gets a bad rap. While working through some of the tougher emotions, keep your eyes on these perks that are nearly exclusive to singlehood.
Deciding who keeps the family home in a divorce is a complex and emotional decision that can have a significant impact on the children. Parents must consider the stability and emotional well-being of the children when making this decision.
Like a business relationship, you will likely have to communicate with the other parent when you face challenges that must be discussed. You will need to find resolutions jointly to ensure the job gets done in the best way probable.
A sole custody parenting plan must be approved by the court and becomes a legally binding document that both parents are obligated to follow.
In an uncontested divorce, neither party fights over it and its terms. However, debt can be an issue, so paying off your debts as soon as possible is best.