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Getting a divorce after the kids have moved out

by | Jul 20, 2018 | Elderly Divorce, Firm News |

Raising children is one of the most difficult and rewarding accomplishments that any parents can make. While many parents do stay together until their kids have left home, the dynamic can change considerably when going from working and raising children to becoming retired and having an empty nest. This is why so many married couples consider divorce around this time.

This shift does not necessarily mean that couples need to divorce; some marriages just need time in order to adjust. Marriage becomes a choice rather than a commitment to raise children together, and it may take some time to reconnect as people as well as spending time to reconnect with yourself.

Finding your identity in the marriage

As a parent, it may feel like you lost your sense of identity while raising children. After your children have moved out, it may be time to reconnect with yourself and contemplate what makes you happy. It can be a great time to reinvent your relationship with your spouse as well as make time for you.

Communicate with your spouse

Communication is key in any relationship; therefore, it is important to raise any concerns that you have about your marriage with your spouse. In this way, you will be able to face marital issues together and take the course of action that works best for both of you.

If you are considering a divorce in the state of Florida, it is important to research how your divorce will work from a financial perspective based on your financial situation before taking action and filing.