You and your spouse have been together for a number of years but it just isn’t working out. You get along for the most part but the romantic spark has gone. Divorce is on the horizon, and while you’re confident that you and your spouse can work stuff out, you’re worried about privacy.
As a couple, you’ve been very successful in your careers and this has meant that the public takes an interest in your lives. They’re certainly going to take an interest in your divorce if given the opportunity. Outlined below are a few tips on how to keep your divorce more private.
Think carefully about living arrangements
If one of you has to leave the family home then this is going to be a sign that something is amiss. If you and your spouse are still getting along then it may be possible for you to stay in separate rooms but in the same house. This is a huge decision though and it’s important that the atmosphere is not hostile, particularly if you have children.
Limit social media use
Social media is a handy way to stay in touch with friends and family, but it is also a gateway to personal information. While it’s important to confide in someone, make sure that it is someone you can trust. And, social media is probably not the best medium to utilize, unless you are sticking to private messages.
There may also be legal options in terms of keeping your divorce more private. By having some experienced guidance on your side you can come up with an arrangement that suits you.