Divorce can be one of most stressful chapters in a person’s life. Even if a marriage ends on good terms, the personal and financial implications can easily lead to conflict – especially if children are involved.
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Psychologists can play important roles in the divorce process. They can support the emotional and mental health of divorcees during and after the marriage ends. They can also help children cope with dramatic lifestyle changes. Sometimes, the court will appoint a psychologist to help divorcing parents resolve their child custody disputes.
The challenges of ending a marriage can continue well after the divorce has finalized. This is especially true for parents.
It is no secret that divorce is a life-changing experience. Spousal maintenance, asset division and other considerations can cause immense stress, distracting you from work and other responsibilities.
In the midst of so much turmoil, paying taxes is probably the last thought on your mind. However, according to the Internal Revenue Service, divorce and separation can significantly affect your taxes.
Divorce is heartbreaking. Many see it as an end to one of life’s most important chapters, but divorce is also a fresh beginning that opens the door to new opportunities.