Breaking up is hard to do -- especially when there are issues that make just picking up and starting over somewhere new difficult. Maybe you and your spouse just bought a new home before your marriage crumbled and selling it without going broke is proving difficult. Maybe the economy in your area is a bit shaky and it doesn't make sense (right now) for either of you to move out.
The situation with the COVID-19 virus is changing daily -- and many different areas around the nation have virtually shut down in an attempt to slow the spread of the disease.
The end of your marriage is an emotional time -- and you may have a lot of unresolved feelings about what led to that divorce, too.
It's hard to keep a secret these days -- especially if it's a big one, like marital infidelity. Modern technology continues to evolve, and with it, so do the ways in which tech is being used in divorce court.
You've probably heard all the horror stories associated with divorce and finances -- but let's turn things around and take a positive approach today, instead.
A high-conflict marriage isn't healthy for anybody. Nobody thrives in a toxic environment with a lot of fighting and yelling.
Nobody ever said divorce was easy. However, you can make it easier on yourself by setting a few basic rules for while you're going through it. (With a little bit of luck, your spouse will take the hint and follow the same rules. That could make for a divorce that's actually amicable in the end.)
Have you recently found yourself at a loss for words when faced with the news that a friend or relative is getting a divorce?
Once all of the drama of your divorce dies down, it can be very easy to fall into a rut -- or even a major depression.
Imagine you have decided that you want to get a divorce, and it's time to tell your spouse. How should you do it?