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Ending a second or third marriage

There are many reasons why a marriage does not work out, from fights over financial matters to disagreements over how to raise a child. Sometimes, people marry someone else after ending their first marriage. Second and even third marriages occur quite often, and these marriages may also lead to a divorce. If you are considering filing for divorce for the second or third time, you may have some familiarity with family law issues and how the divorce process works in general. However, you should remain focused and understand that there may be various unique aspects of this divorce.

Changing your mind about divorce

Making the decision to end a marriage can be particularly hard and there are countless factors that may have to be taken into consideration, such as various ways in which life will change, the financial consequences of divorce and the potential benefits of ending a marriage that is unhealthy. Sometimes, people change their minds with respect to their decision to file for a divorce. There is nothing wrong with having a change of heart, but it is important to make sure that there are not any negative influences (such as a controlling or abusive partner, meddling family members, etc.) who convince you to make a decision that is not in your best interests.

Depression over a child custody dispute

At our law firm, we know that family law issues are often extremely sensitive from an emotional point of view. Financial matters and major life changes are some of the hurdles that people work through prior to filing a divorce and following the divorce process. Moreover, those which involve one’s kids can be particularly intense, especially when it comes to child custody. Parents may become depressed due to an unfavorable outcome regarding a custody case, or they could feel burdened with intense anxiety leading up to a custody case.

Complex property division and collaborative divorce

We have covered different issues related to the distribution of marital property on this blog, such as making preparations for property division and various examples of marital property. Some people, however, find themselves in a unique position when it comes to the division of marital property during divorce. For example, those with high assets may have an especially challenging time with respect to the marital property being split up. Not only may there be much at stake, but it could be unclear exactly how things will be divided. When it comes to complex property division, having a clear understanding of the best path forward is essential.

Reviewing examples of marital property

When it comes to divorce, there are a number of areas of concern that may be applicable to a couple's circumstances. For example, child-related legal issues can be emotional and challenging, such as disputes over custody and child support orders. The financial side of the divorce process can be confusing and very difficult for some people and the division of marital property is one of the key financial considerations surrounding divorce. Unlike non-marital property, which is not subjected to division, marital property is split up between two people who bring their marriage to an end.

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