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How to separate your finances before filing for divorce

Divorce can be emotionally overwhelming and complex. You may be focused on still trying to make the marriage work or getting out as quickly as possible. You may worry about the future of any children you have with your spouse. These things are important, but you also need to remember your financial security to avoid making mistakes that will affect you and your family in the long term. Get started by separating your finances before filing for divorce.

How debt is divided in divorce

Many of the legal aspects of divorce focus on splitting assets and custody of children if applicable. However, property division not only includes what you own but also what you owe. You have to divide your debt as well. Although you both are responsible for any debt you incurred while married, paying it isn't as simple as splitting the balance 50/50. There are many considerations for dividing debt in divorce in California to make it as fair and smart as possible.

Do I have to let my teen go live with her Dad?

Divorced parents of teens may suddenly find that custody arrangements that have fit their children's needs seem to be experiencing growing pains right along with their children. Right about the time of the teen years is when it is very common to undergo modifications to the child custody plan.

How to divorce a narcissist

Have you and your spouse decided to move on from your relationship? Are you concerned about what the future will bring, as your soon to be ex-spouse is a narcissist?

How Separation Can Hurt You Financially

When a marriage is in trouble and both partners are unable to live together any longer but not ready to file for divorce, separation is often their choice. Separation serves an important need. In a sense, it allows both partners to go to their corners, regroup and figure out the next step. Sometimes, you just need some breathing room.

An ex being a narcissist can add to the challenges of co-parenting

Many aspects of post-divorce life can have challenges. For parents, this can include co-parenting. What sorts of difficulties a parent could end up encountering in connection to co-parenting can be impacted by numerous factors. This includes the characteristics of their ex. Certain traits in an ex could create some additional challenges when it comes to co-parenting. One such trait is narcissism.

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