When you file for divorce, one of the most important things you may have on your mind is how the marital assets will be divided up. With everything from your home, vehicles, furniture and so on, it can be a monumental task going through everything. You will find the process will go much more smoothly if you are on good terms with your soon to be ex-spouse. If that is the case, it will make the dividing up of financial assets and debts much easier.
Passing away unexpectedly can leave your family with double the heartache if you haven’t left a plan to help guide them through the steps they should take. But, what if you are only incapacitated? Is there a will for the living?
Divorce is never the plan. You didn’t take all those emotional and financial risks with the plan for it to end in divorce. No matter how many people claim, “divorce isn’t an option for us,” you know it wasn’t the plan for you either.
But then there are so many ideas of what divorce means and what is going to happen if you get a divorce. With so much advice and information, it can be difficult to separate good advice from bad. Someone else’s reality from what will be true for you.