4 Things You Should Remember During an Uncontested Divorce
When you agree to an uncontested divorce, what you are really consenting to is that you agree with almost everything the other party asks for. For some individuals with no children, walking away from the little they accumulated in life is easy. For others that have an extensive portfolio of property or assets, a decision by both parties to abide by the prenuptial agreement makes an unchallenged divorce the right path to take. No matter why you and your partner decide to choose an uncontested divorce, there are a few things you should remember while waiting for it to become final.
1. Too Much Information
You may feel single again, and you may want to party with your friends. Part of the modern adult playground is social media, and therein lies the problem. Don’t post too much information about your public or private escapades on social media if you don’t want to upset your partner or cause contention in your relationship. Information can spread rapidly, and jealousy can flare quickly. If your partner gets angry, a few misplaced words on a post can compromise your uncontested divorce Tampa.
2. Too Many Friends
You and your spouse may have agreed to the divorce, but that doesn’t mean you agree on all life decisions. You may also agree to live separate lives, but that doesn’t mean your “ex” wants to see you with someone else or hear about your dating life from mutual friends. If you start a whirlwind of chaotic … Read the rest >>>