Reprinted with permission from the ABA Family Advocate:

The sheer thought of going through a divorce may cause feelings of anxiety, fear, and confusion. Swirling questions concerning how the process will impact your children, yourself, and your future can become all consuming. If you have children, your priority will most certainly be to protect them and their best interests as best you can during the divorce process. However, second only to protecting your children is protecting your assets, your financial stability, and your financial future.

Financial issues in divorce are a common source of discord and, consequently, litigation between partners. Even prior to the filing of the divorce, it can be important to have some understanding of the financial issues that may come up, what to expect, what you may be required to disclose, and what/how property may be divided during the course of and following the divorce.

Read full article here: ABA Article Financial Considerations

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