Divorce causes many life changes, and selling your marital home is a common situation that many divorcing couples find themselves facing.
If you currently receive or pay child support and are considering remarriage after divorce, whether you’re in a serious relationship or simply thinking about what the future may hold, you may be wondering how remarriage impacts child support. It’s a common issue and while it’s not simple or easy, it is more straightforward that most people think.
How does online activity lead to something as life-changing as a divorce? And once the divorce is in process, how can social media change proceedings?
Getting a divorce is a difficult decision that only leads to more decisions. One decision you and your soon-to-be-former spouse will have to make is who should file for divorce first. Does it matter who files first? The answer is probably simpler than you think.
Breaking up with your former husband or wife can be rife with anger, hurt, resentment, and sadness. Keeping conflict to a minimum is the easiest way to make the divorce process smoother, though. Minimizing conflict also makes post-divorce life easier, especially if you have children and will be sharing custody.