When someone goes through a divorce, even when it is completely amicable, there is typically a period of adjustment and decision making for the people involved. Pennsylvania couples in the midst of divorce or facing their first holiday season and New Year as newly divorced may benefit from some universal tips. While each family is different in how they deal with divorce, the following tips may help anyone who is dealing with divorce issues, such as decisions over property division, child visitation, or social situations.
Divorce can be contentious amongst any couple. There may be more to divide than anyone expects to have to deal with. As pet ownership is on the rise, the issue of pet custody has become important during divorce. Any Pennsylvania couples currently going through a divorce and struggling with what to do with the family pet should realize many others are going through the same thing.
Regardless of the length of the marriage or the value of the assets involved, there is bound to be some contention when it comes to making decisions as a divorce looms. Many Pennsylvania couples may agree on the fate of most valuables or assets during a divorce, but it certainly isn't uncommon for a few assets to cause conflict. When it comes to pets and custody of beloved animals, Pennsylvania couples may be surprised to learn pets are considered property, even if the pet owners view them as much more.
A divorce can easily lead to a total upheaval of the family structure and naturally affects people differently. However, some men may be surprised at how a divorce impacts their health or sense of self. For Pennsylvania couples, both sexes being aware of how divorce may alter their life and health can help both parties prepare more effectively.
Any time there is a divorce, there may be requests or stipulations that prove to be costly. This can be particularly true when the couple has a great deal of assets or financial success. The recent divorce filing between music mogul Timbaland and his wife Monique Mosley has made news because it could prove quite costly for Timbaland, if the requests his wife has been asking for are granted. Any Pennsylvania couples in the midst of divorce may want to follow the story of how their divorce is progressing.
Once both parties have agreed they want to dissolve their marriage, there may still be many decisions to be made. One part of a marriage that can slow or interfere with the divorce process is the fate of the home a couple has shared. In Pennsylvania, disagreeing over the fate of perhaps the most valued piece of marital property can prevent both parties from moving forward as quickly as they would like.
There may be couples or individuals who are in a rush to finalize their divorce so they can move on with their lives. However, for some Pennsylvania couples, the divorce process may be a slow one. A recent article highlights the reasons why putting off a divorce can do more harm than good for an individual.
Divorce can be a difficult transition and time of upheaval for both parties involved. However, there are ways divorce affects one party over the other. Recently, tips for how men should handle divorce and the effect divorce may have on their finances. Any Pennsylvania men dealing with divorce may want to adhere to some of the tips given.
Lately, there has been a noticeable uptick in the rate of divorce for those over the age 50. In Pennsylvania and elsewhere, there are a number of factors that have been attributed to this rise in divorce after 50. There are also unique consequences for those divorcing at an older age compared to those who split younger and after a shorter marriage.
The requests that can be made during a divorce hearing or as part of a settlement request can sometimes be surprising or unusual. Recently, one divorce case made news partly due to who it involved; but also because of the request the soon to be ex-wife made at the hearing. Any Pennsylvania couples in the midst of divorce may want to follow how the divorce case between George Zimmerman and his wife play outs.