Going through a divorce can be an exhausting and emotionally draining ordeal. You’ve decided to split from your spouse and consequently, you might need to divide assets, determine child custody arrangements, settle your financial issues, find a new place to live—and the list goes on. But once the divorce is settled, and the marriage has been dissolved, there is yet another set of decisions that you must make as a newly single person. Will you move to a different city? Do you need to look for a pay increase to support your lifestyle? What friendships and relationships have you kept? Rebuilding your life after a divorce can feel overwhelming, but certain steps can make the transition smoother.
Everyone sometimes needs the support of others around them. That is especially true after you have gone through a divorce. Regardless of your feelings towards your ex, this is a big life change and having supportive friends and family can make all of the difference. Ways to help build a positive support network include:
When your monthly income is reduced from a two to a one-income household, it’s important to review your new financial situation to make sure you are still financially secure. Steps you can take to build an overall picture of your finances include:
The divorce process is rarely easy. Unexpected turns can delay the process and add complications to your divorce. When you file for a divorce from your spouse, it is important to understand your rights. An experienced attorney can help you navigate through this challenging time. The family law attorneys at the Law Offices of Piazza, Simmons, & Grant have been serving the Stamford, CT area for many years and are proud to help our clients work through the issues involved in divorce. We are here and ready to answer your questions. Call us today at 203-348-2465 or contact us online.