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Being aware of your rights during divorce makes a difference

If you're planning to separate or divorce, you need to understand the basics of doing so. For example, if you decide you want to divorce, you don't necessarily need a legal separation or to file for that separation. Living in separate homes is enough to prove that you've been separated for a period of time.

You can cope with a frustrating divorce with the right tips

It is difficult to manage emotions during divorces in some cases, and because of that, some people don't want to talk about divorce or handle it at all. The problem with that is that if a spouse won't accept documents or sign them, it can drag a divorce out for months or years longer than necessary.

Pets: Assets or family? You can fight for your pet during divorce

During a divorce one asset that might become the center of conflict is your pet. A pet, as much as people don't like to consider them so, are assets in the eyes of the court. That means that if you and your spouse can't agree on what happens to your pet, it will be divided as if it's property. A pet is not treated like a child, which means it's not typical for a court to think about the animal's custody as if it's a living thing.

Try these coping mechanisms to get through your divorce

When you're going through a divorce, it's important to take some time for yourself to relax and recover. This is an emotionally difficult time for you, and it can cause financial strain as well. No matter what you're going through, it's most important that you take care of your physical and mental health.

Are pets assets or do judges award custody?

Pets are commonplace in households in the United States, and they definitely can fall into the middle of a dispute in a divorce. Many couples choose to forego having children, and pets may be treated so much like family that neither person wants to give them up. What happens when a pet is in the middle of its owners' contentious divorce?

What you need before you talk to your spouse about divorce

Before you go through the struggle of a divorce, one good thing to do is to really consider whether or not you're prepared for it. Once you decide to tell your spouse that you want a divorce, that's when the complications can arise. There are ways to prepare for your divorce ahead of time, so you're ready to move forward once you talk to your spouse about your wishes.

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