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Adjusting to spending less time with your child

It can be overwhelming to adjust to the multiple life changes that come with a divorce. In addition to acclimating to the single life, if you and your ex have kids, you must adjust to the changes that they will be going through, too. For parents who are returning to the workforce after staying at home, one of the biggest and most difficult changes is adjusting to less time spent with your kids.

Young babies and visitation schedules

If you share custody of your infant, it is important that you consider how their age affects their needs. Young babies need consistency and to establish bonds with both of their parents when this is possible. Therefore, it is important that you work with the other parent as much as you can in order to establish a good schedule that puts the baby first.

Dividing retirement accounts in the divorce process

When a married couple goes through the process of divorce, they will not only have to divide emotional aspects of the marriage, such as time with their children, but they will also have to split up all financial accounts in some way. This is one of the most stressful aspects of the divorce process for many, especially for people who are in a high-asset marriage.

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