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Subject:How Divorce Will Affect My Financial Condition
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Going through a divorce is truly a tough and stressful experience. Aside from dealing with its emotional and mental impact to each family member, dealing with finances can also bring about complications. Let us consider some points involving financial matters that can help you go through with divorce less painfully.

Child Support
If you have children, know your financial duties. It is crucial that both parents come to an agreement regarding the arrangements about child support. It is a common case that a parent does not pay enough or does not pay at all his financial duties to his children. As early as possible this matter should be addressed and cleared.

Dividing Property
State laws differ when it comes to dividing properties between divorcees. If you live in a community property state (AZ, CA, ID, LA, NE, NM, TX, WA, and WI), then your personal assets and your spouse’s assets that are acquired during your marriage will be divided equally between the two of you. For the rest of the states, the court will be deciding about the property distribution which depends on the financial state of the divorcing couple.


However, if you can come up with an agreement, the better it is for both of you. Some divorcees use “bartering” in dividing properties where both parties decide on which assets they would like to keep and which they would like to give up. However, to be fair, some divorcees prefer to sell all their conjugal properties and divide the sales equally between them.

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