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Moving on after a tough divorce

For some people, bringing a lengthy marriage to an end can be challenging from multiple standpoints. Not only can some divorces be time-consuming and create anxiety over how child custody will be split up or financial matters such as child support and property division, but some people can be significantly affected from an emotional standpoint simply because they are splitting up with their partner of many years. Our law office knows how tough this can be for some people, but you should stay committed to pursuing an outcome that is in your best interests and look for ways to move on once your divorce is final.

Weighing the pros and cons of divorce

For some people, making the decision to end their marriage is very easy and they are certain that it is the right move. For others, deciding to divorce can be tough and there may be many questions that arise. For example, how will the kids be affected when their parents split up? What will the financial consequences of divorce be and what are some other stressors that may be encountered during the divorce process? These are just a couple of examples of some of the questions that people may struggle with while deciding whether or not to get a divorce.

Relocating after you end your marriage

The end of a marriage can bring up various issues, whether they are legal or emotional in nature. From family law matters such as a custody dispute to stress and depression, many different changes can come into a person’s life after splitting up with their spouse. However, divorce should not always be seen in a negative light, it can also result in all sorts of new opportunities. For example, someone may be able to move to a new city after they move on from a marriage that was holding them back, opening up more lucrative job opportunities or allowing them to live where they wish.

Drug addiction and divorce

There are all sorts of factors to consider with respect to divorce, from challenges that couples face in the early stages of the process to post-divorce legal complications involving children or payments. For some couples, drug addiction is an especially difficult matter that impacts their divorce in different ways. Not only can drug addiction lead to divorce in the first place, but it can create challenges in court and after a divorce is finalized as well.

Positive life changes after a divorce

We have covered many divorce topics on this blog, some of which can be very stressful for people to handle. For example, losing sleep over a bitter child custody dispute or worrying about the financial impact of property division and alimony payments can be very difficult for those who are approaching or already in the middle a divorce. Moreover, the emotional effects of ending a marriage can be very hard as well, particularly for couples who have been married for many years or have kids. With this being said, divorce is not always difficult and should not be seen as something that is necessarily negative. In fact, many people have been able to enjoy a brighter future once their marriage is over.

Ending your marriage after a vacation

Couples choose to end their marriages for different reasons, but sometimes two people simply are not compatible with each other. Moreover, these differences may be especially clear under certain circumstances, such as a family vacation or a couple’s getaway, when two people realize that they do not seem to get along very well. Vacations can bring out strong emotions and extremely high levels of stress and when a couple does not get along very well, this can be an especially difficult time.

Is your soon-to-be ex-spouse hiding assets offshore?

Divorcing couples in Pennsylvania should spend ample time determining what assets the other spouse may have that he or she does not know about. One way some spouses try to hide assets is through an offshore account. There are a number of ways a spouse can find out if the other one is keeping money from him or her, but it can take some investigating.

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