Co-parenting with a former spouse after a divorce can be a challenging task for many parents. Although your marriage ended, your relationship as the parents of your children will most likely continue following a divorce.
As most people know, health insurance is incredibly expensive. A person going through a divorce might be wondering about their coverage. It’s possible that one spouse was providing the income while the other stayed at home to take care of the house and children.
Fifty years ago, people would have thought very little of a couple who fits this description:
Two romantically involved individuals, both employed but with separate finances, unmarried but cohabitating.
Ending a marriage is not an easy thing to do, particularly if you are financially dependent on your soon-to-be ex-spouse. You can be scared about where you will live, what you will do to pay the bills and how you will provide the things that your children need.
Whether or not you consider yourself wealthy, you likely have some personal assets that you’d like to protect if you ever get divorced. Young Americans are waiting longer to get married, which means they are often more financially secure going into the relationship.