Everyone knows that marital breakdowns can come with hefty price tags. But the age of an Ontario couple and their stage in life can make a big difference in the financial impact they experience in a divorce. According to recent research, divorcing when older, such as in one's 50s or 60s, is more detrimental to finances than a breakup earlier in life.
Many couples look forward to announcing engagements and marriages, but announcing a marital breakdown is a very different matter. Finding a delicate way to inform friends, family, co-workers and even social media followers for higher-profile individuals is important in preparing for the healthiest possible divorce. Ontario couples who are divorcing or separating should consider a few tips before breaking the news publicly.
The process of ending a marriage can have many challenges, but the having the initial conversation about breaking up with a soon-to-be ex can be among the most difficult. Often, Ontario individuals and couples find the process of planning to leave a marriage more stressful than actually taking those first steps. There are some tips to help people bring up a divorce with a spouse.
Emotional challenges can often be the hardest part of ending a marriage. Like many personal issues, support from others can be helpful. In Ontario, a real estate agent who struggled during his divorce is turning his difficulty into an opportunity for others through a support group.