Dividing the marital assets is the hardest part of any divorce—keep emotions and spite out of this. If you want to get to survive this divorce with all of your fingers, toes and a fair share of the assets then heed my advice. The calmer you approach this, the better off all involved parties will be.
Children Come First
If you have children, it is important to think about them first. (Yes, Yes – the divorce is most likely all about you, but you still need to think as a parent.) If you are the non-custodial parent, you need to make sure that your “ex” has everything necessary to care for your children comfortably. I know it’s tempting to want to take everything, but you probably don’t want your children sleeping on the floor or drinking out of paper Dixie cups, right?
By Cassandra Fenyk
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