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Quarantining with your spouse? It might lead to divorce

It's probably not something most people think about when there are larger issues at play, but what do you think would happen if you were forced to quarantine with a spouse that you're divorcing? What would happen if you were forced to stay close to someone who you didn't get along with well anymore?

Filing options in multiple states? Think before divorcing

When you're getting a divorce, there is sometimes the reality that you could file in one of two different states (or more). Usually, the state where you hold residency will be where you file, but you might opt to file in the state where you got married or in the state where your spouse lives.

What happens to student loan debt when you divorce?

One concern you may have during your divorce is the risk of having to take on your spouse's student loan debt. The good news for some people is that student loans that their spouse took out before marriage will stay in that spouse's name. Unfortunately, if your spouse went to school while you were together, that could be a different situation.

Face a divorce with a business-like approach for better results

When you think about divorce, you probably think of all of the emotions that come with it. In law, divorces are nothing more than the division of marriages on paper. Marriages are, at least in a legal sense, a kind of business arrangement. Marriage provides you with certain benefits, like tax deductions and certain protections, and divorce severs you from them.

Turn to your attorney for advice during your divorce

No divorce is the same as another, which is why speaking with others about what to expect may not give you the information you need. As you approach the idea of going through a divorce, the only authority you should speak with about what your divorce will entail is your attorney.

What should you do if you want to modify your divorce judgment?

After your divorce is resolved, there may be certain aspects of the divorce agreement that you eventually need to appeal to modify. For example, you may lose a job or receive a promotion, which means that you might have to ask for a modification of child support or spousal support.

How can you cope with a divorce?

No divorce is the same, but one thing can be said about them all: They will all result in changes. From changes in your personal life to having to adjust your finances, divorces impact you in a variety of ways.

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