After you obtain a Divorce, you need to examine and change your estate plan. If you had an estate plan before the divorce, you probably named your former spouse in your Last Will or Revocable Trust, as well as in your Health Care Power of Attorney. I can almost guarantee that you will want to change those decisions made during happier times. Further, if your spouse has a financial power of attorney, you need to revoke the same.
Ben Franklin really did not write much on Divorce. But these quotes from hundreds of years ago do apply today to divorce.
Years ago, I used that phrase over and over about Divorce. Then it became stale because I used it too often. But, I need to get back to it.
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Cognitive dissonance is the fancy term for the stress that occurs when a person holds two contradictory thoughts, beliefs, values, opinions or attitudes. This often occurs during the divorce process. If I believe that I am a good person and I do something truly bad, the discomfort I feel is the result of cognitive dissonance. People have an internal desire to feel that their actions, beliefs and ideas are consistent. Cognitive dissonance develops when a person takes two opposite beliefs or actions.
Some people in Rhode Island probably set aside thoughts about divorce because they don't want to deal with the emotional stress that comes along with going through the legal process. Instead, they stay in a marriage that they're unhappy with, which can make things worse in the long run. So, how can our readers get past this mental hurdle? Are there any ways to prepare yourself for dealing with the potential emotional stress you might feel in post-divorce life?
For years now, the common refrain regarding marriage is that half of them will end in divorce. But, according to a recent report, that isn't actually true anymore. The recent report noted a study which indicates that in the last 35 years, the rate of divorces in America has actually decreased by 25 percent. If that is the case, then the new reality about divorce is that the majority of marriages actually make it.
The decision to file for divorce is huge. It doesn't matter if the marriage has lasted months or years, the end of a marriage is a big deal for most people. One of the main reasons for why divorce is such a big issue is because of the financial impact of a divorce on a Rhode Island resident's life.
For Rhode Island residents who are going through a divorce, there are plenty of aspects of life that they will need to adjust to after the legal process is complete. No matter how long the parties were married, post-divorce life can be stressful for many people. However, it is important to take the right steps to adjust, especially when it comes to finances.
Divorce Judges in Rhode Island consider animals like other personal property. If the parties cannot work out an arrangement, and there is a dispute, a Judge can award the family pet to one of the parties.