There are a myriad of ways that life can change, from the birth of a child to the loss of a loved one. However, if you decide to file for a divorce or retire, your daily life could be completely upended. Our firm knows how difficult various issues concerning divorce can be, especially for those who are already facing stress and uncertainty due to retirement. As a result, you should take a careful look at any family law matters that are relevant to you, from property division and child custody to alimony and child support. If you have a solid understanding of the divorce issues that will arise, you may be in a better position to secure an end result that is more favorable.
Sometimes, couples come to the mutual decision that ending their marriage is necessary. In other cases, one spouse may be completely surprised by their partner’s decision to end the marriage, which can be even harder for someone who may have recently retired. Whether you are unsure of how your retirement accounts will be affected, do not know how other types of property will be split up, or have any other concerns (alimony, child support, etc.), it is important to find answers and prepare yourself.
It can be hard for some people to adjust to the end of their marriage and retirement, but you could have an easier time during this transition by closely going over any key issues that are relevant to your case. Our divorce section provides more information related to various family law matters.