It may seem stressful to be practical and careful with your money. But you can be financially responsible and actually feel more sane and more in control. Being aware and disciplined about your budget can actually reduce stress and improve self-confidence.
Divorce can be tough emotionally, physically and financially even when it’s done amicably. You’re losing a person you once loved, splitting your family and assets, not to mention an income source from the home is gone.
The changes in your finances and lifestyle after you and your spouse stop living together can be overwhelming. Divorce doesn’t make things simple, but if you allow yourself to separate emotions so that you can plan for you and your family’s future, in time you’ll have less regret.
Legal separation and divorce are two terms that seem to have a negative connotation in society, yet they hold different legal status. The information below will help provide some insight into the different processes.