No matter what income bracket you're in, divorce is never easy, even when you vow to do it amicably.
You're divorcing, and you're done deciding how to split the contents of your Florida home. It went fairly smoothly, save for the squabbles over the living room furniture, the kids' artwork and the big-screen TV.
You and your spouse have decided you no longer work as a married couple. You decide to part amicably, remain friends and raise your kids together. You want to agree on child custody, support, property division - well, everything - on your own.
When you decide to divorce, there is much to consider. Anything related to the children is at the top of the list, but a huge part of your divorce settlement will concern how to divide your marital property.
Your divorce will impact virtually every aspect of your life, especially your business. If you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse co-own a business, the separation becomes more complex. Not only must you figure out your emotions and personal finances, but the future of your company is at stake.