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5 of the best ways to cheer up during a divorce

It's reasonable to expect your divorce to drag you down. Even if you know it's the best move, it's still disappointing nonetheless.

But it's counterproductive to dwell on the negatives of your situation. Remember that most situations do have silver linings.

Who will get the house as the result of divorce?

If the time comes to push forward with the divorce process, you should focus a good portion of your attention on matters of property division.

While there are many assets and debts to consider, it's critical to focus on the family home.

How can you benefit from virtual visitation?

As a noncustodial parent, there is nothing worse than the thought of not getting to spend as much quality time with your child as you would like.

Even with a visitation schedule in place, you know how difficult it can be to stay current with everything going on in your child's life. This is even more so the case if your ex-spouse is making the situation more difficult than it has to be.

6 tips to have a peaceful divorce

No one wants to have a contentious divorce. Regardless of how angry you are, if you knew how difficult and expensive long, drawn-out family law battles can be, you'd be willing to bite your tongue in a heartbeat. The problem is, when the emotions take over, many of us lose our self-control and a relatively simple divorce process can quickly get out of hand.

This is why it's essential that Florida spouses make the conscious choice to have a peaceful divorce, and take proactive steps that support the peace of their legal proceedings. Here are six easy tips that can help spouses in this regard:

Do these things to reduce stress during and after divorce

Even if you are looking forward to your divorce, as you know your marriage was never going to work over the long run, it doesn't mean this process won't bring a lot of stress to your life.

There are many steps you can take to reduce stress during and after divorce. Once you know how to do so, you'll be in a much better place in regards to your mental health.

How will you tell your young child about divorce?

The decision to divorce will impact you in many ways. While you must focus on yourself during this time, you can't overlook the impact it will have on your children as well.

The way you tell your young children about divorce is critical. If you take the right approach, you can protect them from a negative impact. Conversely, if you don't do what you should, you may make things worse on your children.

Are there any disadvantages to a prenuptial agreement?

There are a variety of benefits associated with the creation of a prenuptial agreement, including the ability to protect any assets that you bring into your marriage.

While it's important to learn more about a prenuptial agreement, as this will help you decide if it's something to pursue, there's something to remember: There are some potential disadvantages.

Dividing financial assets in a divorce

As you begin to learn more about the divorce process, you'll find that the way you divide financial assets is a big deal.

Even if you don't have many assets to your name, you still have to divide them accordingly in order to put your divorce in the past.

Divorce mediation: It’s important to understand the process

Many people think about divorce and assume that their case will immediately head for family court. While this may happen at some point, it's important to note that mediation is often the first step in the process.

With mediation, you work closely with the other individual and a mediator to find common ground on a variety of issues. These issues can include things such as: child custody and visitation, child support, property division, debt division and alimony.

Helping adult children when they divorce

In general, divorce rates among young adults are lower than they once were. In fact, it's their parents' generation that is experiencing higher divorce rates. However, young adults (commonly known as millennials) still divorce for any number of reasons.

Parents are sometimes among the last to hear about their children's marital break-ups, so don't be angry or hurt if you weren't told sooner. Your child may be living far away, so you didn't see the marital relationship up close. Further, kids often keep their marital problems away from their parents because they don't want to disappoint them or get them involved.

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