Our thinking is clouded and our judgment is skewed by feelings. (That's 50% for the mathematically challenged.) But there are bigger things right now than worrying about the stigma of being known as the “divorced guy”; men also have to contend with court battles and, in some cases, it ain’t pretty.It simply doesn’t matter which party files for divorce first.Next, remember your goal is to get out of court sooner rather than later.Some people have the natural ability to physically attract the opposite sex and be in total control, while others are left in the dark. Being observant of how women act in the presence of the public and yourself could give you the upper hand, or not.So, to avoid even the slightest bit of oppression, it is absolutely necessary to learn and recognize every last trick in existence. The good news is that you aren’t alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for every 1,000 people, 6.8 get married, and 3.4 get divorced.If you’re headed for divorce, here are some things to For starters, don’t be afraid to initiate the divorce.
Dating while going through a divorce can have a number of negative effects on the divorce proceedings, both in court and emotionally.Plus we had a lot of equity in the home and mortgage rates have been at an all-time-low, so it wasn’t a huge financial stretch for me to refinance and buy him out. Deana Arnett, a certified financial planner with Rosenthal Wealth Management Group in Northern Virginia.This savvy money professional went through her own divorce a few years ago and walked away from the house she shared with her ex. “It was a very emotional time and all I could think of was ending in a clean way without lawyers and fighting.One of the biggest mistakes I have seen in my work, as well as have heard from divorce attorneys, is women’s insistence on keeping the marital home in divorce — to her detriment.Dating during divorce can have legal consequences both for the divorcing spouse and their new partner.Raso notes, “If you lose your cool and say something to your spouse that can be perceived as threatening, even if you don’t mean it, the spouse has a right to get a restraining order and get you removed from the house.” Even repeatedly calling your ex could garner a restraining order, so be sure to keep your cool during the whole process.