During the first year after divorce, you are going to have many experiences that might be difficult for you to handle. The end of your marriage is a time of adjustment, which can be mentally and emotionally draining.
A divorce is going to impact every aspect of your life. One of these is your finances. You have to be prepared to live on only your own income. This can be a big change when you are accustomed to having a two-income home. We know that trying to figure out the finances can be complicated, especially before you know what debts you are responsible for and which assets are now yours.
Many people who are ending a marriage want it all over and done with as soon as possible. However, there is a process that you have to follow if you are going to legally divorce your ex. Without this process, you will remain legally married even if you aren't still living together.
Going through a divorce means that you will have to stand on your own financially. One thing that you must do is establish your own credit and build it up. Unfortunately, a divorce doesn't always make this easy. In fact, it can be very difficult to keep your credit report clean and your score in a good range after a divorce.
A divorce is a troublesome time for anyone. Not only do you have to deal with the legal implications of the process, you also have to cope with the life changes that come with this situation. These changes can be hard to deal with, but with the right attitude and a plan, you might be able to turn your divorce into a positive experience.
The end of your marriage is difficult for some people to deal with. For some, the thought of ending something that you have so much invested in is disheartening. Still, there are some instances when divorce is in your best interests. We understand that this is an emotional time. While we can't make that aspect of marriage any easier, we can work with you to help you learn about your options for handling the matter.
Coming to the realization that your marriage is over is an emotional discovery. Even if things in your marriage aren't the best, there is still a good chance that you will feel emotional about calling it quits. From the moment that you realize a divorce is imminent, you must start getting ready for the process.
The divorce process is stressful and difficult to handle even if it is amicable. You have to be able to take care of yourself or you risk suffering from burnout because of the divorce. We are here to help you learn about the options you have and the rights that you need to ensure are respected during the process.
There are many financial impacts to a divorce. You will have to learn to live on one income instead of two. You might not have thought about the impact that this will have on your credit, but you should take a few minutes to think about this.
Spousal support (known as Alimony) is a sum of money determined by the court that will be paid by one former spouse to the other. The following blog is a brief introduction into how alimony is calculated, and what factors come into play when the amount is determined.