Archive for May, 2012
The high divorce costs that leave many newly single people reeling after a split can be limited by pursuing an alternative method of ending a marriage, as the traditional split by way of a judge is not the most practical choice in 2012.
Although this method may have worked when the courts had enough resources and less people were getting divorced, the high number of failed marriages and limited funding for the judicial system has made the traditional means of ending a marriage outdated and archaic.
People who have gone through one failed marriage are often apt to think that their second go-around will be equally unsuccessful. However, if an individual tries to make the first divorce an amicable split, the outcome could be different.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, couples in second marriages are often influenced by the manner in which the events in their first union occurred.
The high number of people getting a divorce after the age of 50 has led to some new trends within the industry. Although there are some negative things associated with ending a marriage later in life, sometimes this decision can be positive for both parties.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, people who are unhappy often get stuck in a rut in their marriage, and this leads them to think that there are no alternatives to toiling away in unhappy matrimony. However, once a decision is made to change things, there can be an abrupt transformation that occurs in the mind of an individual.
Making the decision to end a marriage in an alternative method than a courtroom split is something that many couples are now considering. The clogged court system and resulting high costs have motivated many to pursue a different path.
A lot of the stress that comes with ending a marriage can make the process even more painful that it already is, negatively impacting the lives of all people involved in the situation. Even though children are without fault when it comes to a split, they often are dragged through a difficult divorce.
Preparing for a divorce is often one of the most challenging tasks a person may perform, but it is necessary to get everything in order before a marriage comes to an end, especially in terms of finances.
According to Fox Business, it is important for individuals to sit down with a financial planner prior to ending their marriage. This needs to occur as early as possible, due to the fact that emotions tend to run wild when the split actually begins to happen.
A divorce forum being held in the Grand Central neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City is being presented as a way for area couples to learn about the process of ending a marriage and the potential problems that may arise.
According to Crain's New York Business, the forum will feature a wide range of experts from the divorce industry, as lawyers, mediators, family counselors and financial planners will be present to hold seminars and answer questions about ending a marriage.
People who go through the process of ending their marriage are often hurt and heartbroken, making it especially important for friends and family to remain a constant presence in their lives. Dealing with a divorce is difficult, but people can work through it with some help.
According to Psychology Today, the most frequent comment that people who are grieving hear is "don't feel bad," but this is not going to go far in comforting someone who has just gone through a split.
The Texas Supreme Court wants to help financially-strapped couples end their marriage in a much cheaper fashion, as the legislative body is looking to expedite the divorce process through the offering of easy-to-use forms.
The Wall Street Journal reported that this method is being offered as a way to end a marriage in the state of Texas without forcing couples to endure a long and likely-costly legal battle. Because a divorce can sometimes take more than three years, each person usually has to pay their attorney for the entirety of this period.
Although some parents may think that their past mistakes in child-rearing caused irreparable damage, it is never too late for mom and dad to come together to be better role models for their children.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, parents may make a lot of mistakes during their divorce, as they may put themselves and their needs before those of their kids. This can lead to children feeling neglected and witnessing some brutal fighting between their mom and dad.
Though some people view a divorce as an end-all, be-all, there are certain couples who view the end of their marriage as a time for new beginnings and something that can benefit both people.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, a divorce does not have to be negative, as both people can be optimistic and view the split as a way to start over and begin a more rewarding life.