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.
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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.
The new year is drawing closer every day. If you think you and your spouse are going to get divorced, you may already be trying to plan for your future.
You and your spouse are getting divorced. Before the split, you racked up $20,000 in debt on a credit card. Your now ex says he or she will pay it off after the divorce; it's no problem.
Don't expect divorce to be easy, even if you're the one asking for the divorce and you want it to happen. It can still be tough. It's still emotional.
Your spouse wants to keep the house when you get divorced. That's fine with you; you don't want it. You're planning to buy your own place. Divorce isn't what you imagined when you go married, but you're making the most of it.
When you get divorced, marital property is divided. However, it's important to remember that not everything you own counts as marital property. Some of it may count as separate property that only belongs to you or your spouse and therefore does not have to be divided.
Divorce rates can get complicated. You often hear that half of all marriages end in divorce or that it's more common now than ever, but that's not always true. For some, it's less common than it was 25 years ago. For others, it's massively more common.
Adultery impacted your marriage. When you found out that your spouse was cheating on you, you knew immediately that it was over. You filed the divorce papers soon after.