When you decide to file for divorce, you are starting a journey that can either set you up for success in the future or make your life unbearable. Working toward the former option should be your goal. There are several things that you can do to encourage this to happen as your marriage ends.
Even though it seems like you have a long time before the summer, now is the best time to start thinking about the vacation plans you need to make for then. Taking care of at least the tentative plans now gives you time to ensure that you can work things out with your ex. It also gives you a chance to plan for time off work and handle similar points.
Children are very adaptable, but they might not deal well with last-minute changes. One area that might be difficult for them to deal with is having to move. For children who have parents in the military, this is a part of regular life. There are several ways that you can help your children cope with the move when it is time for your duty station to change.
The process of divorcing means that you will have to take a hard look at your financial situation. This gives you an idea of what you can do with the property division process. You must be honest with yourself during this part of the divorce because you don't need to make decisions now that will ruin your financial standing in the future.