Divorce is a stressful and highly emotional time, in short, major decisions like what is to happen to the marital home should not be made out of emotion.
It took over a year of planning and preparation, of course, hoping and praying I wouldn’t really have to pull the plug on my marriage. I did eventually have to and I hope you’re able to learn from my experience.
If you are a woman old enough to be an AARP member contemplating divorce or legal separation, you need not only to understand the complications of divorce at your age but also find a family lawyer in your area with the experience to ensure your gray years will still be golden.
What should you do and say to your divorce attorney when you first meet? It sounds like a simple question, but meeting with a complete stranger to discuss the shortcomings of your marriage is often easier said than done.
We need to change the negative connotations associated with the word ‘divorce’.
Do not be a casualty of divorce regret. Ask yourself these key questions before you call it quits and divorce with confidence.
Going through the multistep process of reclaiming your original name will be challenging if you don’t have a divorce decree in hand.
No matter what timeline you set for getting a divorce, there is no perfect, practical, or ideal time to get divorced. Being prepared will help get you the best results.
Whether it’s divorce or working on your relationship, if you don’t face your fears and step up, you will be failing to launch in your relationship.
When considering divorce, recognize whether your relationship or marriage is either sick or dead, in order to choose a direction right for you.