As you are going through a divorce, you might have some questions about what you should and shouldn't do. This is common and it is something that should be addressed so that you don't end up sabotaging your case. Remember these points as you go through the divorce process.
When you are ready to end your marriage, you might already know that you need to get a divorce. It is imperative that you fully understand the limitations to a divorce so that you don't go into the process with unreasonable expectations.
We recently discussed taxes after a divorce. This is one very important consideration that you have to think about when you are going through this difficult process. Of course, taxes are only one of the things that can impact your future. We want to help you to determine how else the divorce might change things for you going forward
When you are going through a divorce, there are many things that you have to think about. This encompasses a lot of different points. One of the ones that you might not have thought about is how the divorce will impact your taxes. Of course, every situation is different so you should make sure that you consult with an attorney and an accountant prior to making any decision about your tax situation.
Divorce is a very stressful time. Instead of just accepting that you are going to be stressed until the decree is finalized, you can use the four A's to help you keep your stress to a manageable level.
Learning that your spouse has filed for divorce might be a shock, but if you think a divorce is coming, you should learn about your options.
Going through a divorce is difficult. The emotional reactions of the situation can lead you to act in manners that aren't normal for you. If you are in the midst of a divorce, remember these points so that you can help to protect your interests.
In our previous blog post, we discussed how it might soon be possible to get an uncontested divorce even if you have children. This is a development that many people were looking forward to; however, it isn't going to apply to all divorces. Instead, there are certain criteria that must be met in order for this type of divorce to be used.
Divorcing with children is something that isn't easy. You have to think about your children, as well as of yourself. In the eyes of the law, divorces with children have usually been considered contested so that the issues related to the children could be addressed. Recently, the Tennessee Supreme Court adopted forms and instructions that can allow parents of minor children to go through an uncontested divorce instead of having to be taken through the contested process. The new packet will be able to be used starting on Jan. 1, 2017.
In our previous blog post, we discussed how unemployment can signal that a divorce is going to occur. If you recall, this was the case when it was the husband who was unemployed. We know that finding out that your marriage is ending is difficult in any circumstance. If you are finding this out when you are down on your luck after losing your job, it can be devastating.