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2 common mistakes divorcing spouses make

The process of dismantling your marriage could feel like you're slowly pulling out your fingernails one by one, but it doesn't have to be that way. When you have the right guidance and expectations, your divorce could be a relatively stress-free process. Every spouse will experience the emotional pain of ending a long-term love affair, but the divorce process itself doesn't need to be contentious or antagonistic.

When criticism in your relationship becomes too much to bear

We all divorce for different reasons, but some reasons for divorce surface time and time again. Of course, the circumstances surrounding the following common cause of divorce will be unique for every marriage, but – if your spouse is criticizing you nonstop – you might be able to relate to the following situation:

3 common reasons cited for marital dissolution

You could spend years analyzing the reasons for a failed marriage and never get to the bottom of it. The mysteries of human relationships are far too complicated to pin down and fully understand. Nevertheless, when a marriage has come to an end, at least one party in the relationship will come to a decision on the matter and make the call for divorce.

Does your choice of career affect the likelihood of divorce?

When you were debating what you wanted to be when you grew up and you were considering the list of various jobs and careers, it's doubtful that you considered whether the particular job could have a damaging effect on the future stability of your marriage. However, it does seem that certain jobs increase your risk of divorce, according to a recent study that examined data from the United States Census Bureau.

Avoid these mistakes during your divorce proceedings

There are few things that New Jersey spouses commonly do when divorcing. These are mistakes that happen due to the nature of human psychology. Indeed, it's only natural that we get angry and react in certain circumstances. However, it's vital that everyone going through divorce stay in control of their actions, use common sense and refrain from doing certain things that could get them in serious trouble later on down the road.

2018 could be the year to get divorced

With the new tax rules provided by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, any divorce that takes place following Dec. 31, 2018 will be subject to different alimony rules. As such, if alimony will be an issue in your divorce, you may want to consider what it will mean for your finances if you finalize your divorce in 2018 versus 2019.

Money matters when it comes to divorce

Money always matters, but when it comes to going through the divorce process, you may encounter financial issues that you've never thought of before. Especially if you were not the one who managed the bills and financial accounts during your marriage, you will want to make sure you have a firm grip on financial concerns throughout your divorce proceedings. The following advice could prove valuable in this regard:

How divorcees are using bitcoin to cheat their ex-spouses

The world has been getting more excited than ever about the technology behind bitcoin -- especially because the price of one bitcoin has skyrocketed over the last year. Bitcoin, among hundreds of other "cryptocurrencies," is a new kind of currency that doesn't involve banks, and holders of these currencies don't even need identities; they just need a digital "wallet" to hold their crypto coins inside.

What if the judge's decision in my divorce was unlawful?

What if the judge in your family law case makes a decision that you feel is completely unfair? What if the judge strips you of your physical custody rights, merely gives you infrequent visitation rights and requires you to pay $3,000 a month in child support, and the decision is entirely unlawful given your circumstances?

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