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.
The state and county you file for divorce in can have an impact on your proceedings so it is a good idea to consider all of your options before filing.
Money is cited as the reason for many divorces and is even one o the primary issues that spouses argue about during divorce proceedings. This post contains some financial considerations to take into account if you are planning on divorce or are currently going through one.
Divorces are stressful mentally, emotionally, and financially. While uncontested or amicable divorces can cost as little as $1,000, contested divorces may end up costing thousands of dollars once it’s all said and done. With that much money on the line, a lot of couples wonder who pays the attorney’s fees in a divorce. The answer […]
If you’re seeking a divorce without your spouse’s consent, you should know that you can move forward with divorce proceedings in all 50 states.