Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

If you are considering divorce or in the process of filing for it, you likely have many questions and concerns. Since divorce can be complicated and the decisions you make during it can affect your family life and future for years to come, it is important to avoid some of the most common divorce mistakes. These mistakes include: 1. Being Untruthful About Your Financial Status In addition to separating from your spouse, a divorce will separate your finances. Therefore, it is essential for courts to have accurate financial information from both you and your spouse. This way, appropriate decisions regarding property division, spousal maintenance, and child support can be made. If you purposely reduce your income, do not report a large asset, or lie about your financial status in any way, you may face serious consequences. To ensure a smooth and efficient divorce, you and your spouse must be honest when revealing your assets and debts. 2. Making Uninformed Decisions Since…

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