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Moving after a divorce

On Behalf of | Dec 15, 2017 | High Asset Divorce |

Many people know how divorce can be financially disastrous, create emotional issues, and affect families. That said, people may be able to limit the extent of the difficulties they experience by planning ahead carefully. Moreover, it is important to remember that many other issues can arise with the end of a marriage, such as the need to relocate. Sometimes, a previous relocation could lead to a divorce, while others may move for better opportunities or as a way to find a new beginning after their marriage has come to an end.

When it comes to relocation and divorce, there are different issues you may want to consider. For example, if you have children and have been granted custody, you may need to address certain issues before you are allowed to move with the child. Or, if you have shared custody, you may want to think about how moving could affect your ability to spend time with your child. Aside from this, it is also helpful to think of the different stressors that can arise during the moving process, which could be even more pronounced for those who have recently split up with their spouse.

On top of moving to another city or state, parents and even those who do not have children often face many different challenges when they go through a divorce. However, keeping a positive attitude and mulling over different options can help. The high asset divorce page on our site has more on various considerations related to the end of marriage.

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