What should you not do when getting a divorce?
40 make that 41 things NOT to do during your divorceHide things from your attorney. Dispose of assets you know your spouse is going to request. Fail to keep a copy of all communications with your soon to be ex-spouse. Incur debt in your spouse’s name. Make comments in front of your children about your spouse. Use drugs or excessive alcohol.
What happens when a divorce goes to court?
If you’re successful in your divorce application, the Court will grant a divorce order at the hearing. After a further period of one month and one day following the hearing, this divorce order will then become permanent, and you’ll be sent a certificate of divorce.
How long do you grieve a divorce?
The general rule of thumb of most psychologists and therapists is one year of healing and recovery for every five to seven years of marriage. However, if you wanted the divorce, were unhappy with your marriage, or the decision to divorce was mutual, it may not take quite as long.
Why divorce is so difficult?
However, I would say that the number one reason why the divorce process is so difficult, no matter how long the marriage was, or how many assets have to be divided, is the simple truth that it’s hard to separate out the emotions of the marriage and relationship from the business of getting divorced.