In today's society, divorce is quite common. Though an amicable divorce is ideal, sometimes, parties cannot see eye-to-eye.
For many people, driving in rush-hour traffic is a big part of their lives. It's not something you want to do, but you may face this situation two or more times a day.
When divorce becomes inevitable, it's important to turn some of your attention to your current financial situation. By doing this early in the process, you're can help avoid trouble during and after your divorce.
It's hard to come to grips with the fact that your marriage is heading toward divorce, but if you find yourself in this situation there's no point in delaying the inevitable.
Even though the holiday season is still a couple of months away, there's no better time than now to turn your attention to co-parenting during this time of the year.
A divorce is never easy. When you took your vows with your spouse, you did not imagine yourself ending up here. You are likely feeling a whirlwind of emotions, including anger, resentment, anxiety and grief. During this tumultuous time, it can be difficult for you and your spouse to put aside your differences for what is best for your children.
The greatest fear of people dedicated to their families is the possibility of their loss. We end up spending much of our lives working toward the safety and security of our spouses, children and relatives. This dedication makes loss especially difficult to manage.