The situations that lead to divorce are often very stressful. You have to make sure that you aren't letting all that stress get to you as you are working through the decisions of the divorce. In some cases, exes will prey on emotions in an effort to get what they want. Simply put -- you can't let that happen.
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When you are walking down the aisle, you don't think that your marriage will end in a divorce. Instead, you assume that your marriage is a life long commitment.
Ending a marriage is difficult, even if you know that you and your spouse no longer work well together as a couple. After all, a divorce impacts everything from your retirement fund and your overall assets to your ability to spend time with your children. For many parents, fears about child custody and visitation rights are a major concern when considering a divorce.
Life in the military isn't easy. When you have a spouse, the stresses of military life on both of you might end up creating a rift in the marriage that can't be corrected. When this happens, divorce might be imminent. If that's the case with your marriage, there are a few things that are different in a military divorce than in a civilian divorce.
Your job as a parent isn't ever easy. When you have to deal with your ex as a co-parent, it might be even more troublesome. You should make sure that you are doing everything in your power to make things as easy as possible for you and the children. This might be difficult to do during this trying time, but you must put forth the effort.
A recently-released white paper from two Swedish academics found that marriages where a woman was not working or earning less than their spouse were more likely to get divorced if the woman's career suddenly took off.
Mediation is the way that many divorces are resolved. If you are in the middle of a divorce or think that your marriage is heading toward one, now might be a good time to learn about mediation. One thing that is important is that you take the time to prepare for mediation.
Your goal is to make your impending divorce as easy as you can for your children. You and your spouse want to split up, but your kids had no say in this decision. You love being a parent and you don't want it to negatively impact them.
Typically, January sees a significant jump in divorce filings. With the new year comes big changes. For many couples, that means ending their marriages.
People don't get married as young as they used to. A 2015 study found that men got married at 29 years old, on average, while women got married at 27 years old.