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One of the most difficult things to go through in life is a death of a marriage, or a divorce.

When you have to think about the impact it has on your children, it is very difficult to take that leap for a divorce. Yet is it best for your children to grow up in 2 households, or to grow up in a toxic environment, teaching them that we need to tolerate unhappiness?

What if you don’t have minor children, and your spouse treats you poorly?

You or your spouse invested in a bitcoin (also known as a cryptocurrency), now what? Here are the questions you should ask to understand the impact it will have on your divorce.

"My ex works for a transportation service company (i.e. Uber, Lyft) so that my ex doesn't pay me support. How do I prove to the Court that my ex is underreporting their income and not working to their earning capacity?"

Imagine spending $1 for a lottery ticket, and winning $83 million! What is the source of that $1? That is the deciding factor in whether you have to share any part of the winnings with your ex-spouse. 

With separated parents on the rise, the following are the top 3 tips to save you from another heartbreak: 
 
"I have not seen or spoken to my children in weeks! Is there a way to fix this immediately?! I have tried to reason with the other parent, and he/she refuses to let me even speak to children! PLEASE HELP!"
 
Have you tried filing for an emergency hearing?
 

"We live in Del Mar, but I am filing for divorce in Spain because that is where we got married." This is a common thought: needing to file for divorce in the same place one married. 

That would make sense except what if you haven't lived there in years? No property. No bank accounts. No insurance policies. No club memberships. Nothing. You might go visit friends and family there once in a while though. 
 
As we know, a divorce cannot be finalized overnight, especially if the property and or support issues are contested. If it is a contested divorce, then court appearances are likely required by you unless you have a competent attorney in that county. It would be great expense to make continuous overnight trips to attend hearings for your contested divorce. For these reasons, it does not make sense to file for divorce in the county you married. 
 
However, what if the county you were married in has better divorce laws that result in your favor than your spouse? It makes the continuous overnight trips to attend hearings for your contested divorce worth it, right?
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