Going through a divorce is hard for anyone, the partners, the relatives, and the children. But there are always things you can do to make the road just a little smoother. Here are 5 tips to making sure you’re feel confident during that difficult time:
Might sound like a waste of time, but talking to someone during your divorce is so helpful. Everyone around you who knows about the divorce will be bias in some way or another, talking to a professional, who can simply listen without any judgement will be a great help.
As much this idea sound silly as well, it’s a great way to document any events that can take place. The divorce period can be very long and often the events can become blurred. It’s a good way to showcase a timeline of events and can prove that you’re more in touch with your children than your partner. Include pictures from events, social media posts and any other paper based evidence for you and potentially against your partner.
Don’t make your divorce a public affair on social media, it can become a powerful tool or your spouse in the courts. Avoid posting pictures of drinking, partying or any other activities that could be deemed non-child friendly. It’s easier to post nothing so you don’t have to justify any posts.
Make sure you know exactly how much money you have. Divorces are never cheap, but making sure you have your budget in order will definitely help you keep on track. Losing the dependency of another person’s income can come as a financial shock. So make sure you keep on top of your money.
Making sure you’ve got your wills, your financial transactions, and any other law related paperwork in working order. It shows that court that you’re efficient, thinking about your future and a good role model. This is essential is you’re fighting for your children’s custody.
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