Chances are, when you decided to get married, you followed your heart. But if your marriage is ending, you will have to make decisions based less on feelings and more on facts and practicality.
Living under the same roof with your spouse while you are going through a divorce is not an easy choice, but it is a choice more and more couples are making.
Overall, divorce rates are falling across the U.S. (although California’s is about 10 percent above the national average), but if you and your spouse have decided to end the marital relationship, one of your first decisions will be what is the best process to choose how to divorce.
While the very word “divorce” may bring up images of court battles, screaming spouses and lawyers attacking each other’s client, it doesn’t have to be that way—and for the sake of your sanity, your finances and your children’s well being, it shouldn’t.
Divorce is one of the most stressful life events you may ever experience. Your feelings throughout the divorce process are undoubtedly complicated—you might feel any combination of grief, fear, uncertainty, relief, freedom, excitement, and many other complex emotions at a given time.
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