Thinking of becoming a nurse? It is a rather selfless occupation that allows you to give back and help those who need it most. It gives you the satisfaction of knowing that you're making a difference. You may even help save someone's life. It's a noble pursuit.
If your spouse files for divorce, you may worry that he or she will hide assets from you to keep them out of your hands when you split up your property. Common tactics include giving away assets, lying about income or finding a way to mock up fake debt.
You may never have planned to get divorced, but your spouse told you they were done with the marriage and filed. Maybe they just could not go on any longer, were too unhappy or found someone else. Sometimes, there is no single reason for a divorce. Rather, the marriage has become too constraining for one spouse.
When you file for divorce, you know that you and your spouse need to disclose your assets and split them up. But how can you possibly do that if you're not even sure what assets you have to begin with?
You're lamenting the state of your marriage, telling a friend that you are thinking about getting a divorce.
Most people believe they have little in common with Jeff Bezos and his estranged wife MacKenzie, who recently announced that they're divorcing. The couple is reportedly worth $140 billion. Jeff Bezos is considered the wealthiest man in the world. After the divorce is final, MacKenzie could well be the wealthiest woman on the planet.
If you're currently receiving or likely to receive spousal support -- or alimony -- in Texas, you probably have a few questions about this vital financial supplement. First and foremost, alimony recipients want to know how much money they will receive, as they will be trying to determine their future budget as a single person. They may also have additional questions about alimony:
Irrational jealousy, which psychologists sometimes refer to as "morbid jealousy" when it's severe enough, can cause serious problems in marriages. Perhaps the worst part of severe jealousy is the fact that it can create a self-fulfilling prophecy by pushing the partner away and causing the fear of loss of love and loss of respect to actually solidify into reality.
It's not uncommon for one spouse to pay the other spouse support money on a monthly basis after a divorce has concluded. This could be child support money or spousal support money. Because disagreements can ensue whenever money and payments are involved, divorcing spouses need to make sure that they track their payments appropriately so that if a disagreement or lack of trust arises, the parents can resolve the matter quickly with the relevant copies of checks, signed payment receipts or accounting ledgers.
No one ever said that marriage would be easy, and if you have an honest talk to most spouses who have endured for years, they'll tell you just how many challenges they've had to overcome. However, there are some challenges that spouses shouldn't feel obligated to "solve" or "work through." The following two reasons are sufficient enough to simply end your marriage now: