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Study says most people not ready for possibility of divorce

Most people don't enter into marriage thinking that it will end in divorce. However, that's exactly what happens to many couples across Virginia. The fact that people often don't think it can happen to them means that it can come as a great surprise, one that they often aren't ready for, either emotionally or financially. A recent study showed exactly how prevalent the idea of being unprepared for divorce may be.

The best financial advice for people going through a divorce

Most people here in Virginia genuinely believe that when they get married, they will stay that way for the rest of their lives. That means that they may not always make the best choices for the long-term health of their finances. If they decide to get a divorce, they may find that their personal financial situation isn't what they thought it would be. Fortunately, experts have advice for those facing divorce regarding how they can take control of their finances.

Parental guidance for discussing divorce with children

Parents in Virginia are often left to make difficult decisions. While some may decide to stay in an unhappy relationship because they feel it is in the best interest for their children, many come to the conclusion that children may be happier with two parents living peacefully apart rather than living together with contention. Often, informing children of the decision to divorce can be a difficult conversation to have.

Tips for an amicable divorce

It goes without saying that couples never get married with the intention of someday separating. However, according to statistics, nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce.  Divorce is notoriously a very emotional, painful and complicated thing to experience. Here are a few tips to help Virginia residents get through one amicably.

Is it better to litigate or negotiate a Virginia divorce?

For most people in Virginia, the decision to end their marriage is likely one of the most difficult ones they will make in their lifetime. Despite this, most would agree that this choice is one that will have a positive impact on the rest of their lives. While they may live a happier life, the decisions made during the divorce process can ultimately affect their financial well-being for years to come. As such, many people turn to the law firm of Powell Radomsky, PLLC for guidance.

Helping Virginia children thrive after divorce

Parents in Virginia and across the country typically consider their children their first priority; their children's welfare is one of the most important factors when it comes to making certain decisions. For some people, this could prompt them to stay in an unhappy relationship because of their concern over the impact that it will have on the children. Fortunately, there are steps that parents can take to help their children thrive in the aftermath of a divorce.

Helping children through the divorce process

For parents in Virginia, their number one concern is often how their decisions will impact their children. In some cases, this may motivate them to stay in an unhappy marriage. While most would agree that divorce is a difficult process for all involved, especially children, there are certain actions that parents can take that can potentially ease the transition for them.

The implications of allowing anger to drive divorce decisions

There are multiple emotions that are associated with the end of a marriage. This is true regardless of whether the divorce is amicable, but may be especially so in contentious cases. Because of the emotional nature of this life event, some people in Virginia may make decisions, specifically regarding asset division, based on their emotions without fully understanding the implications of their choice.

Retirement considerations in a Virginia divorce

People in Virginia and across the country often spend a great deal of time planning for their future retirement. These plans are often made on the assumption that a married couple will remain in their relationship. The reality is, however, that many couples will choose to seek a divorce. In fact, the Pew Research Center claims that the rate of divorce for those aged 50 and over have doubled over the last three decades, potentially creating concerns about how the end of a marriage will impact retirement.

Divorce: Women gets millions after estranged husband wins lottery

When a couple in Virginia or other areas of the country choose to end their marriage, there are multiple and often contentious decisions that must be made. Unfortunately, some couples may struggle to agree on how property should be divided following the end of a marriage. A recent case in another state illustrates what could be at stake in a divorce.

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