We previously discussed how drug abuse can impact child custody cases. If you recall, this point can have a huge impact on what happens with every aspect of the divorce settlement. Child custody and property division are two areas in which drug abuse might have the biggest impact. We know that you might have some questions about your case, even if drugs aren’t a factor in the case.
When you are going through a divorce, every aspect of your life might come into the picture. For high-asset divorces, this is especially true if there are areas of contention. Your income, lifestyle and personal history might all come into play.
We understand that you are worried about what is going to happen. We can help you to look at your case and evaluate each point. We want you to have realistic expectations for your divorce so that you have a clear picture of what might happen.
You must think about how you can handle different assets. Some assets, such as real estate or vehicles, have regularly occurring costs. If you plan on trying to keep these items, you have to think about whether you can afford them on your own or not. You don’t need to start your new life off swimming in debt because you just wanted to keep things so your ex couldn’t have them.
Every decision you make during your divorce impacts your future — either for the better or the worse. Evaluating these decisions now might help you to enjoy a life with less stress in the future.