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There isn’t much more to say that can wrap it up so easily…

Divorce Sucks!

Deciding to divorce your spouse, the one person you really cared about for all these years, carries a lifetime of consequences, pain, and hurt. After your serious consideration and contemplation of the matter, you may still need to follow through getting a divorce.

If you sense any one or more of these you must seek professional help and guidance before you decide to tell your spouse that you want a divorce.

  • You fear your own safety
  • You fear the safety of your children
  • You have a domestic violence history
  • You believe your spouse will inflict harm on themselves or someone else

What Should I Do Before Telling My Spouse I Want a Divorce?

1) Review your future housing plans and single-income budget

2) Document your belongings whether they are his, hers, yours, or ours

3) Secure copies of important documents like birth certificates, your marriage license, insurance policies, retirement statements, and more

4) Contact a divorce attorney near you or begin working with a divorce coach

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The Divorce Process

Every divorce process is going to be a little bit different for each family. Sure, some of the procedures are the same for everyone but what those procedures entail (or if they’ll even take place) will be dependent upon your unique situation, too.

Your state’s divorce laws are going to determine what steps are taken during the divorce process. There is likely to be a series of events that you and your spouse will need to go through as part of the legal procedure.

As an example, some states will require your children to go through some type of class or counseling. More than likely both parents will also need to do some class time as well if you’re getting a divorce with kids.

Life After Divorce

Ah, the moment you’ve been waiting for when you hear that everything smell’s like roses now! (dream on man!)

There are troubling times that you’ll continue to see, maybe for the rest of your life, but certainly for the near future depending on your family situation.

Two of the most important things we can pass along to you at this time is that you should make sure “everything” that can be handled during the divorce proceedings is spelled out so there is no post-divorce “gotcha’s”, and secondly take care of yourself both physically and mentally. There is nothing wrong with divorce coaching, or post-divorce counseling to get your life heading in the right direction.

Can I Survive After Divorce?

Of course you can. You will. This will be a difficult time for you, but in the end you can move on with your life under different circumstances than you experienced prior to divorce.

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