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Friday, December 18, 2015

Divorce post

Divorce

Divorce

A divorce is the dissolution of the marital union between two people. Divorce, in most countries, is a legal process which dissolves the bond between two people ending along with it the legal obligations, responsibilities and duties of a married couple. There are many other issues that are associated with divorce. These include child custody, alimony, division of property,

 division of debt, etc. Usually, the couple who has taken a divorce are allowed to marry again. Divorce is quite stressful as it involves a complete change in the involved people’s lives. Be it financial, social or emotional, the changes can be difficult to deal with it and if the couple has children,

 then the situation becomes stressful for them as well. When couple gets the legal separation, it’s very much like the divorce. It can involve same process for filing papers with court to start the legal action. Court will need to make decisions about where children will stay, debts or assets in the divorce. At an end of process, parties are separated legally instead of getting divorced. It means they are married but not at all responsible for one another and what other party does.

The legal separation is best thing you can do in last stages of the couples not at all getting along. This can be way to take break and to know what every party wants. There’s not any reason to rush in getting divorce for certain people and this is the decision that needs to be thought of just as marriage must have been. 

At times when the people are on legal separation, they may try to work on things. But, there are a few cases, where this won’t work and parties’ involved would like to get the divorce. A year after legal separation will be granted, the parties will petition to convert separation to the divorce. They will do this without more hearings or other party will not at all prevent this from happening. People sometimes will prefer separation in place of divorce due to the religious beliefs and for the insurance purposes.

If party decides to get divorce, then it can terminate the marriage. To do this, parties involved can go to court as well as decide how they can handle certain questions of children and divide the marital property. Every party will be liable for half of marital debts

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