Parenting after divorce can be a difficult transition. In this environment, disputes may arise between parents. To prevent these arguments from making the situation worse – and to prevent some fights altogether – parents should create a solid parenting plan.
Divorce can be complicated. It can take more time and cost more money than people expect, which is why people often seek out ways to make the process easier and less demanding. However, not all the methods people seek out are helpful. Some ultimately do more harm than good.
When you end your marriage or common-law partnership, dividing your property can be one of the most contentious elements of the split. Property can represent both a financial and emotional investment, and parties typically want to protect those investments.
During a divorce, it is easy for parties to let their emotions take control. People often say or do things out of fear, anger or bitterness that they later regret. This is particularly easy to do thanks to outlets like social media.