The end of your marriage can be a troubling time for many adults. When you are going through this, you might feel like you are an emotional wreck. This is understandable because there are so many things that you might think about. You are dealing with having to let go of one chapter and starting another one. You may feel sad one minute and excited the next.
As you are going through the process of legally dissolving the marriage, make sure that you aren’t letting your emotions rule your decisions. There are a lot of things that you will have to decide that might be emotional; however, logic must prevail.
For example, you might want to keep the house for sentimental reasons but you know it isn’t really in good shape and the mortgage is far too costly. Your heart may say keep it but your head will say let it go. While the decision is yours to make, you should seriously consider listening to your head.
We understand that you might need to find out what options you have in different situations. We are here to help you throughout the process. We want you to have the information you need to make the decisions you feel are best for you.
As many divorces are handled through collaborative methods and mediation now, the parties have more control over what is happening. This gives you a chance to work toward getting the asset division you are seeking, but remember that you must remain flexible during this process since negotiating is the basis for these methods.