It's said that two can live as cheaply as one. But when a couple divorces, they immediately go from supporting one household to coming up with the funds to run two separate homes.
For many married couples, the idea of divorce has popped up in one spouse's mind at least once. In Georgia, these thoughts tend to manifest themselves into reality, especially in certain cities. In 2018, the cities in Georgia with the highest divorce rates included Cumming, Winder, Lovejoy and Garden City.
If you are a parent who shares custody of your children with their other parent, you may dread summer vacation because of the struggles you endure over their custody.
When you co-own a business with your spouse, divorce becomes quite a bit trickier to execute. One of the fears of divorcing couples with a shared business to run is that their companies will take a hit from the divorce and not be sustainable.
No matter how many years of marital bliss you have experienced, a divorce can happen at any time. If you are splitting up with your partner late in life, it is natural to feel uneasy if your spouse was the primary breadwinner. To compound matters, you might be realizing that the prenuptial agreement you signed may leave you with a small percentage of the joint assets.